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Ethnic minority women are more likely to believe cancer is deadly

7 March 2016

Research led by Charlotte Vrinten (CRUK Health Behaviour Research Centre at UCL) has found that women from ethnic minorities in the UK are more likely to believe that cancer is incurable and is down to fate than their white counterparts. Read: Daily Mail, Listen: BBC Radio Derby 'Satvinder Rana' (from 10 mins 27 secs), More: BBC Radio Nottingham 'Dhamaka' (from 32 mins 30 secs), BBC Radio Stoke 'Ajmal Hussain' (from 41 mins), BBC Radio Sheffield 'Eastern Air' (from 53 mins 39 secs)