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'Twice as Deadly; Chicago's Race Gap,' Chicago Public Radio

Several years ago, doctors and scientists faced a troubling fact: although black women in Chicago are less likely to get breast cancer than white women, they are much more likely to die from it. New research is starting to unravel the reasons why, and it's finding that the causes are woven deeply into the social fabric of the city. We explore those findings in this special, and show that they are likely to segregation, cultural factors and policy.

 

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