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AABCA assists African Americans diagnosed and treated for breast cancer at anytime in their lives. AABCA offers patients and survivors peer support that includes encouragement, knowledge, trust, and understanding to help them in their fight and recovery of breast cancer.

Cancer affects us all and AABCA wants to engage survivors, family members, friends, healthcare providers and the community in the fight against cancer through advocacy, awareness, education, hope, outreach, research and support.

* For information about free or low cost breast cancer detection programs, African American breast cancer support groups and other community resources, contact your local and state cancer detection, education, patient resources and healthcare agencies or 1-800-227-2345.


Come to a support group

Connect with others who have "been there" in a safe and confidential environment. AABCA's support groups meet once every month at various locations in the Twin Cities.

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Have questions, we're here to help. Get in touch with us, and we can talk with you more about how to get involved with AABCA.

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HOW AABCA CAN HELP YOU

SHARE Educating you how Awareness can help save lives.

SUPPORT We help you find the Support you need.

SURVIVE Know what it means to Survive breast cancer.

DO YOUR A,B,C's Understanding tests and exams.

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