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Aug 2, - Chicago Leads Nation in Reducing Racial Disparity in Breast Cancer Deaths. For black women in Chicago, a breast cancer diagnosis in meant you were 68 percent more likely to die from the disease than a white woman. “Now that 68 percent has come down to 39 percent. Black women nationwide die of breast cancer at much higher rates than white women, but in Chicago the difference in these rates decreased an average of percent a year from to , according to a study conducted by the Metropolitan Chicago Breast Cancer Task Force.