Posted on May 1, 2012

Inequities in breast cancer risk and outcomes vary among different racial and ethnic communities and are well documented. In our efforts to address and end this disease, health activists, practitioners, and legislators must focus on the social and economic context in which the disease arises. As a society, we can affect and potentially avoid these unjust inequities in breast cancer.

Presented by Sahru Keiser, Education and Mobilization Coordinator at Breast Cancer Action and Irene Yen, Associate Professor of Medicine and Associate Director of the Experiential Learning, Health & Society Pathway at University of California, San Francisco. On this webinar, you will learn about:

  • How where we live, work and play defines our access to good health
  • Breast cancer inequities in underserved communities
  • How you can work for health equity