Doctors Are Taking Action To Fight Breast Cancer With Knowledge

Co-written by Gin Crane October is "Breast Cancer Awareness" month; however you should not wait until October to discuss testing options. Early detection is important in the fight against breast cancer. For uninsured and under-served patients, this may seem like a problem. 1 out of every 8 women will develop breast cancer and surprisingly 1 out of 1000 men will develop breast cancer as well. Breast cancer is most common in African Americans, however all Americans are affected. The #DocsForHer campaign was inspired by an article written by a physician and medical journalist, Dr. Amber Robins entitled Breast Cancer Awareness Is Not Enough. Dr. Amber Robins, Dr. Nwando Okafor, Dr. KaNisha Hall,

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