From patient to advocate, Chrysalis Initiative founder partners up to drive breast cancer care equity for Black women
Jamil Rivers went from metastatic breast cancer patient to advocate to non-profit founder – all in her pursuit of breast cancer healthcare equity for Black women. Her mission began a few years ago when at age 39, she was diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer. As she navigated her care and the health system, she was shocked to find out that Black women die from breast cancer at a 40% higher rate than white women.
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