Learn how breast cancer racial inequalities affect how women of color get diagnosed and treated -- and what's being done to make sure women get equal care.
Did you know women of color are more likely to be diagnosed at a younger age and more advanced stage? Learn more stats here.
Why are Black women more likely to be diagnosed at a younger age and at a higher stage than white women? Do disparities play a role?
Learn how to navigate treatments for women of color with metastatic breast cancer if the first therapy doesn’t work.
Metastatic breast cancer can be difficult to navigate. Experts say it helps to be aware of your health status and be involved in treatment decisions.
Palliative care can help with physical and emotional effects of metastatic breast cancer. But many aren’t aware of it. Learn how this care can help you.
Learn how medical mistrust and other health conditions may impact the standard of care for women of color with metastatic breast cancer.
Women of color are more likely to be diagnosed at a later stage, even stage IV. Here’s what to expect with treatment, starting with hormone-based therapy.
Women of color tend to have worse outcomes with breast cancer. So it's important to get the best care possible as soon as possible. Learn some ways to do that.
Do you trust your doctor when they say the benefits of your cancer treatment outweigh the side effects and risks?
From early screenings to timely treatments, women of color are at a disadvantage.
With advanced breast cancer, it’s important to follow up surgery with more treatment. Your doctor should explain all the possibilities.
Your community plays a big role in your quality of life. Learn how social support helps you live with metastatic breast cancer.
Why do you need to know if you have the mutation for breast cancer? An oncologist explains why women of color are especially hesitant to get tested.
Metastatic breast cancer treatment should meet your physical and emotional needs. Learn how to navigate the health care system to get that treatment.
Metastatic breast cancer is a complex diagnosis. Women of color have unique challenges. Learn how and when to speak up to get the care you need.