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China's proportional contribution to global rates is increasing rapidly because of the population's rising socioeconomic status and unique reproductive patterns. In this Review we present an overview of present control measures for breast cancer across China, and emphasise epidemiological and socioeconomic diversities and disparities in access to care for various subpopulations. We describe demographic differences between China and high-income countries, and also within geographical and socioeconomic regions of China. These disparities between China and high-income countries include younger age at onset of breast cancer; the unique one-child policy; lower rates of provision and uptake for screening for breast cancer; delays in diagnosis that result in more advanced stage of disease at presentation; inadequate resources; and a lack of awareness about breast cancer in the Chinese population. Finally, we recommend key measures that could contribute to improved health outcomes for patients with breast cancer in China. Publication types Research Support, Non-U.

Chinese Gen Z Women Say ‘Me Too’ to Disrupting Society’s Breast Sexism

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While in the West may have appeared far more advanced in terms of gender equality than, say, 50 years prior, the metoo movement alone showed that society has a long, long way to go. Similar strides and new perspectives have cropped up in many forms — one of them being the portrayal of women in advertising, particularly for bras and underwear. It took businesses quite some time to realise, but women do not like to be told how to be sexy. Emerging brands that promote values of body positivity, inclusivity and diversity are on the rise.

Global Chinese Breast Cancer Organizations Alliance

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