CARE: Cancer Risk Perception and Women of Color

CARE: Cancer Risk Perception and Women of Color


I. Examine the association between BC risk factors and BC risk perceptions among younger Black and Hispanic women and explore differences in associations by race and ethnicity (Black Hispanic, Black, Hispanic).

II. Explore how younger Black and Hispanic women conceptualize and formulate their risk for BC and to explore the relationship between risk perceptions and risk-reduction strategies.

OUTLINE: This is an observational study.

Patients complete a survey and may participate in an interview on study.

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September 17, 2023Comments | Oncology Clinical Trials | Oncology Studies | US National Library of Medicine