CDC: Tribal Program Increases Breast Cancer Screening Despite Pandemic

From Centers for Disease Control and Prevention | National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (NBCCEDP)

“I recently lost a relative to cancer.  I think it’s important to get these screenings done,” said a member of the tribal council of the Hannahville Indian Community in northern Michigan.

But women who live on Indian reservations and in rural areas of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula often find it hard to get screened for cancer.  READ MORE

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