Mammography & African American Women
African-American women are more likely to die from breast cancer than Caucasian women, possibly because less African-American women have regular mammograms. Some studies also suggest that African-American women tend to get more aggressive cancers than Caucasian women, making regular mammograms even more important.
Protect yourself by making an appointment at a University of Virginia location today. At the University of Virginia, we are committed to protecting all women against breast cancer.
For any questions or concerns
Contact the Radiology and Medical Imaging department at 434-924-9400.