Only women can get Breast Cancer, right?
No. Breast cancer also affects men, although it is much less common. Globally, less than 1% of all breast cancers are diagnosed in men.(3)Clinical Trial FAQs
How are people from different races and ethnicities impacted by Breast Cancer?
Breast cancer may affect you differently depending on race or ethnicity. For example: Non-Hispanic white patients have the highest number of breast cancer cases of all groups. Non-Hispanic black patients have the second-highest number of breast cancer cases of all races, the highest breast cancer death rate(4), a higher likelihood of breast cancer in women under age 40 vs non-Hispanic white women(4), and Black and Hispanic patients have a higher proportion of advanced breast cancer.Clinical Trial FAQs