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Race Disparities in Social Networks, and Breast Cancer Treatment, Prognosis

The goal of this research is to determine, through the use of mixed qualitative and quantitative methods, how the social environment influences women’s breast cancer treatment, decisions about treatment, and subsequent survival, and how these relationships may help to explain racial disparities in breast cancer survival. This research may have implications for possible social interventions in breast cancer survivors.

Investigator: Kroenke, Candyce

Funder: American Cancer Society

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