In 2006, the Sinai Urban Health Institute published a report that showed a large and growing black: white breast cancer mortality gap in Chicago.  Today, an African American woman is 62% more likely to die from breast cancer compared to a White woman here in Chicago.  The alarming results of the Sinai study led to the creation of the Metropolitan Chicago Breast Cancer Task Force. The Task Force today acts as a catalyst to address this health injustice. We leave no stone unturned, working collaboratively with our community partners to ensure that every woman has an equal chance at life when it comes to breast cancer. We also work with healthcare providers and in particular community and safety net hospitals to ensure that the quality of breast care is improved for all women here in Metropolitan Chicago.  If you would like to support our efforts please fill out the information below.

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