Breast Cancer Study

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Every day in America, five black women die needlessly from breast cancer. The racial gap is the worst in Memphis.  Where a new study says African-American women are twice as likely to die from breast cancer as white women, even though they’re more likely to have the disease.  Dr. Kurt Tauer is with the West Clinic.