Advances in tissue analysis methods, image analysis, high-throughput molecular profiling, and computational tools increasingly allow us to capture and quantify patient-to-patient variations that impact cancer risk, prognosis, and treatment response.
The authors review the current evidence for racial/ethnic disparities in obesity and breast cancer risk and survival, discuss the evolution of nutrition/physical activity guidelines for cancer prevention and control, and provide an overview of lifestyle interventions, including barriers and facilitators in implementation and dissemination science among minority populations underrepresented in research.
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