Embedded mistrust then and now: findings of a focus group study on African American perspectives on breast cancer and its treatment


The risk of African American women dying from breast cancer is estimated to be 41% higher than that of White women throughout the USA. Using a community-based participatory research (CBPR) perspective, this qualitative study elicited attitudes, beliefs and concerns about breast cancer and its treatment amongst African Americans living in Chicago. Five hundred and three … Continue reading Embedded mistrust then and now: findings of a focus group study on African American perspectives on breast cancer and its treatment