Black women face troubling discrepancies when it comes to breast cancer diagnoses and outcomes, but locals and organizations like Susan G. Komen are working to push back against those statistics.

“Black women in America are dying from breast cancer at unacceptable rates and are more than 40 percent more likely to die from breast cancer than white women,” said Kim Schmulowitz, communications and marketing director for Susan G. Komen Maryland.

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