Mar 3, 2017 01:47PM dreaming wrote:
I do not think ethnicity has anything to do with it, NBCC, National Breast Cancer Coalition sponsored a 10 year study of survivors, people diagnosed with breast cancer, survivorship quality was based not in race, ethnicity but economics, better finances helps a patient .
And by the way because a person speaks Spanish, has a surname in Spanish do not makes them a race, something created only in the USA for political reason, to name politicians as representing this group, that has more differences with each other in cultures, race, values, traditions.
Like calling English an ethnicity or race for speaking the same language.
I work specifically with cancer patients in the underserved population.