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Marked Sunday, February 4, this year’s World Cancer Day urges global leaders to eliminate disparities and #CloseTheCareGap.
Matt McClain offers tips to help newly diagnosed people advocate for themselves and improve life with and after cancer.
Racial disparity has a long and profound history in the United States.
American Cancer Society Action Network survey highlights impacts of drug shortages and importance of biomarker testing
Boundaries can be really hard to establish between patients and their doctors.
With additional funding, a program at Rady Children’s Hospital will continue its mission to help Latino families impacted by cancer.
“Shifting decisions on drug safety to judges…jeopardizes the lives and livelihoods of patients,” says ACS CAN’s Lisa Lacasse.
Explore strategies and resources that can aid communities in achieving a balanced diet.
Researchers are rethinking living wills and other ACP documents to ensure seriously ill patients get the care they want.
Researchers stress the need to invest in clinician training and community outreach to improve screening rates
The following websites offer education, support and more for people with bladder cancer.
A discussion with Tinka Duran, MPH, the senior director of the Great Plains Tribal Epidemiology Center.
Black, brown, and low-income communities are more likely to live in locations with sparse options for fresh, healthy dietary choices.
The recent wildfire crisis has caused many in Hawaii to be left without medication, medical supplies and access to cancer treatment.
Generic drugs are cheaper and lead to better treatment compliance compared with brand-name drugs.
Meet the latest grant recipients of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Equity in Access Research Program.
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