According to an op-ed in today’s New York Times:
“Black women experience significant delays in diagnosis and treatment [for cancer]. According to the C.D.C., even when they have similar insurance coverage, 20 percent of black women with an abnormal mammogram wait more than 60 days for a diagnosis, compared with 12 percent of white women. And 31 percent of black women wait 30 days to begin treatment, compared with 18 percent of white women.”
Read the entire piece here.