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Over 1,000 women are suing the company for covering up deadly health risk.
Victim's family claims talc products caused ovarian cancer.
Her story reminds us all of our capacity to save ourselves.
African-American mothers are least likely to breastfeed.
Why the BRCA gene matters to Black women.
We are more likely to die from this cancer.
Read more about the signs, stages and screenings of this type of cancer.
Read more about breastfeeding, its health benefits and why Black women have the lowest rates breastfeeding rates in the U.S.
In women age 35 to 74, ovarian cancer is the fifth leading cause of cancer-related deaths.
BRCA1 or BRCA2 make up a large portion of African-American breast cancer cases.