Embrace: Latina + Hispanic Women

December 5, 2022

In this month’s embrace vlog, we highlight news from three articles about breast cancer in Latina and Hispanic populations and the important role that community care plays in outcomes. 


Davis, J. [Medically reviewed by Ratini, Melinda, MS, DO.] (2022, March 15). Breast cancer in latina and Hispanic women. WebMD. Retrieved from https://www.webmd.com/breast-cancer/breast-cancer-latina-hispanic-women#:~:text=Overall%2C%20Hispanic%20and%20Latina%20women,in%20their%20countries%20of%20origin

Breast Cancer Research Foundation. (2021, October 10). What Hispanic women and Latinas need to know about breast cancer. Retrieved from https://www.bcrf.org/blog/hispanic-latina-breast-cancer-facts-statistics/ 

University of Missouri. (2022, September 12). Resiliency, family support help Hispanic breast cancer survivors manage lymphedema. Medical Press. Retrieved from https://medicalxpress.com/news/2022-09-resiliency-family-hispanic-breast-cancer.html 



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