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  • NCCU-Duke team up to fight a rare, deadly breast cancer

    Researchers at North Carolina Central University and Duke University are working together to fight inflammatory breast cancer (IBC) and other forms of the disease that disproportionately impact black women. NCCU professor Kevin Williams explains the challenges to diagnosing this deadly cancer and their efforts to educate the public about the cancer.

Researchers at North Carolina Central University and Duke University are working together to fight inflammatory breast cancer (IBC) and other forms of the disease that disproportionately impact black women. NCCU professor Kevin Williams explains the challenges to diagnosing this deadly cancer and their efforts to educate the public about the cancer. Ray Gronberg rgronberg@heraldsun.com
Researchers at North Carolina Central University and Duke University are working together to fight inflammatory breast cancer (IBC) and other forms of the disease that disproportionately impact black women. NCCU professor Kevin Williams explains the challenges to diagnosing this deadly cancer and their efforts to educate the public about the cancer. Ray Gronberg rgronberg@heraldsun.com

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