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Breast cancer death rates have been declining among U.S. women

Breast cancer death rates have been declining among U.S. women since 1990 because of early detection and advances in treatment; however, all racial groups have not benefited equally. While incidence rates among white women and those of color have been converging since 2006, African-American women continue to experience the poorest breast cancer survival rates (DeSantis, Ma, Bryan, & Jemal, 2014). *****DO NOT USE THIS IN THE WRITING PLEASE**** 1.) What are reasons for such disparities? 2.) What upstream interventions might have an impact on improving morbidity and mortality rates? 3.) How would you advocate for such a group? 4.) Are there resources in your community that address the disparities that affect these women? (I am in the state of Alabama)-

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