ATLANTA (AP) - Deaths from breast cancer have decreased from 2010 to 2014 according to the Centers for Disease Control.
Despite the decrease the CDC reports there were racial differences in the drops.
Breast cancer death fates fell faster for white women than black women.
The largest difference by race was for older women.
Death rates dropped two percent per year for white women in their 60’s compared with just one percent per year among African American women.
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