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by ICFJ Staff
Latina women make up a large portion of deaths from breast cancer. In addition to this concern, recent observations show an increase in this type of cancer among Latinas in California younger than 40 years old. This is not good news for young women, since cancer is more likely to cause death at this age, and in general, mammograms are not recommended before the age of 40. Farida Jhabvala Romero researched this issue in San Francisco and brings us the first story in a series.
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