The St. Louis Region has one of the highest breast cancer mortality disparities in the country. The regional breast cancer mortality rate of African American women is 90% higher than white women. The St. Louis (MO) Chapter Breast Health Equity Initiative strives to educate women on early detection, free screening, risk knowledge and risk reduction. The St. Louis (MO) Chapter has adopted the Healthy People 2020 statement of healthy equity which is defined as follows, “The attainment of the highest level of health for all people. Health Equity means efforts to ensure that all people have full and equal access to opportunities that enable them to lead healthy lives.”

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Feeling inspired and want to be a breast health equity advocate and educate others? Here's an easy-to-use resource to help educate others.

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Here's information regarding mammography sites, free screenings and risk reduction. Let's get breast healthy!

“Pink Table Talk”

“Pink Table Talk” is a frank, honest and open discussion on breast health that sometimes branches into territory not usually discussed.

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