Reentry Center for Women is operating on a regular schedule. All visitors to our office must wear a mask and appointments are scheduled for vaccinated individuals only. Our monthly seminars, events, and meetings will resume in June as per social distancing and mask-wearing guidelines. If you have questions or concerns about our Covid-19 protocols, please contact us.
Thanks to earlier detection –through screening and increased awareness— and better treatments, a woman's risk of dying of breast dropped 38 percent between the late 1980s and 2014, translating into 297,300 fewer breast cancer deaths during that time. However, there's much more to be done. Breast cancer is still the second leading cause of cancer death in women. Only lung cancer kills more women each year. And there remains a large racial gap in mortality, with African-America