Breast cancer rates have been steadily increasing among AsianAmerican women over the past 15 years, as the disease has seemed to stabilize in other racial groups, according to a study released
The stigmatization of women with breast cancer within Asian communities that Chen noted might play a role, Gomez said, because it keeps some women from learning about their genetic risk factors.
Breast cancer is known to vary significantly by raceethnicity. While ER breast cancer is a signature disease in Western populations, breast cancer among Asians has been associated with an early ageonset, a higher proportion of ER tumors, and a distinct shape of agespecific incidence rate patterns.
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