Adrienne Jordan, Breast Cancer Gaps Project member talks about the work of the organization.

Together we can reduce the mortality of women of color from breast cancer through early detection.

Black women are 41% more likely to die from breast cancer than white women. The Breast Cancer Gaps Project seeks to uplift and empower Black women in Minnesota through shared stories of survival via early detection and inform our community about the benefits of regular mammogram exams

Watch and share stories from our sisters, friends and loved ones and learn more about how mammography saves lives.

Learn more: Visit the Breast Cancer Gaps Project


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