Do you know your girls well? Shyrea Thompson, senior director of Strategic Initiatives at Susan G. Komen, says African-American women are often diagnosed with breast cancer at a young age. Their statistics also reveal while breast cancer is often more detectable in white women, black women have a 40 percent higher chance of death from the disease. What does this mean for you? Watch Thompson joined by Breast cancer survivor and cancer surgeon, Dr. Lori Wilson discuss some symptoms and preventative measures on MadameNoire.