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Breast cancer incidence is rising among Vietnamese American women, for whom it is the most commonly diagnosed cancer and the third-leading cause of cancer death. Due to the low rate of screening, Vietnamese American women are diagnosed at advanced stages and consequently experience a higher mortality rate than other ethnicities. 



Although breast cancer is unpreventable, there are risk factors that we can change to lower our risk to of getting breast cancer. By simply being educated on the topic, you can help lower the rate of you and your family getting breast cancer.



Learning that you have cancer can be one of the scariest moments one can experience. At VACF, we believe that the journey to a safe and healthy recovery should not be traveled alone. We can help guide you through the complex healthcare system and help you overcome barriers that prevent you from getting the care you need. 


Free Clinical Breast Exam (CBE)

Breast cancer affects 1 in 8 women in the United States. The leading prevention of breast cancer is early detection; therefore, VACF is determined to take part in reducing the incident rate of breast cancer by providing Clinical Breast Exam (CBE).

Free & Low-Cost Mammogram 

Mammograms save lives!

VACF can help guide you on how to receive a mammogram or provide linkage to free & low-cost mammogram services in the community.

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