Braze Breast Cancer Awareness Month Fund
Each year, over 40,000 women will die of breast cancer in the United States. Although prevention, research, and treatment have made tremendous strides over the past two decades, breast cancer remains a major threat to women worldwide. It is the most common cancer in women, regardless of race or ethnicity.
While white women are slightly more likely to develop breast cancer than are African American women, African American women are more likely to die of the disease.
Asian, Latina, and Native American women have a lower risk than of developing breast cancer, but stigma within Hispanic and Latino groups prevents them from seeking care and enrolling in clinical research.
This Breast Cancer Awareness Month, join Braze in providing support to organizations doing critical work in the fight against breast cancer.