Death rates are 42% higher in black women than white women, and black women are more likely than other ethnic groups to be diagnosed at later stages of breast cancer, with the lowest survival rate at each stage of diagnosis. Research studies have concluded that raising awareness about risk factors which contribute to breast cancer, and early access to mammography screenings are essential to increasing the survival chances for African American women.
Unfortunately, lack of access and awareness often deter African American women from getting the timely breast cancer screenings needed to save their lives.
Join us on October 1, 2018 for our Breast Cancer Awareness Day to bring awareness to Breast Cancer as we Party in Pink with Zumba Moves.
Invite your Family and Friends to join us!
Register at uoopartyinpink.eventbrite.com