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Researchers Detect Inflammatory Breast Cancer Hot Spots In U.S.

Some areas in the United States have higher-than-average rates of inflammatory breast cancer cases, suggesting there may be social or environmental factors contributing to the prevalence of the disease in those communities, according to a study by researchers at Georgia State University School of Public Health.

“It is important to identify potential hot spots where… more »

Peers Greatest Influence On Young Black Men’s Sexual Risk Behavior

Efforts to reduce risky sexual practices among young black men may work best if they target peer groups, according to a recent study led by researchers from the School of Public Health at Georgia State University.

Black men and youth ages 13 to 24 face a disproportionate burden of sexually transmitted diseases, often… more »