AFRICAN AMERICAN BREAST CANCER ALLIANCE
Help us Share, Support, Survive!
We exist because Black/African American women have the highest breast cancer death rates of all US populations.
We exist to educate and provide peer support to Black women, men, families, and communities in the struggle and survivorship of breast cancer.
The African American Breast Cancer Alliance, Inc. (AABCA) provides advocacy, education, and support to black women, men and communities in the detection, treatment and survivorship of breast cancer.
The AABCA is dedicated to providing a supportive and nurturing environment in which women, their families and supporters are empowered with the knowledge and available resources that will enable them to make informed and educated decisions concerning their breast health care options.
We provide culturally specific information about breast cancer and peer led support groups for black women diagnosed with breast cancer. Our award winning materials open the door to important conversations about breast cancer, early detection, early treatment, empowerment and survivorship. The goals of the AABCA are to:
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