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Many religious people with terminal cancer put more faith in the hope for a miracle than in the medical information they receive.
We all need social support. That’s why this year’s NBHAAD theme is “We’re in This Together.”
New study using Canary PASS data shows African-American men with low-risk disease can delay radical treatment just like white men.
African Americans are underrepresented in many areas of public health research, including prognostic biomarker discovery in prostate cancer.
Black men are less likely to be screened for prostate cancer and, when diagnosed, less likely to receive treatment.
A prominent urologist spent decades treating patients and researching racial disparities in prostate cancer. Then he got diagnosed.
The association is particularly strong for Black women who frequently use these products.
Black members of the church are 22% less likely to develop cancer compared with the Black population overall.
Doctors discovered a polyp that had to be removed and tested for cancer.
Darker skin doesn’t rule out your risk for skin cancer, aging or a host of other sun-related damage.
Addressing barriers to care, such as insurance coverage, could mitigate disparities in outcomes between white and Black men.
Researchers believe specially designed cancer care programs could prevent Black patients from being lost to care.
How a baseball broadcaster brought his career and advocacy together to educate men about early detection of prostate cancer
These men lived for a median of 30 months compared to 26 months for white men.
But, despite the difference, the risk of dying from the disease is still small.
Black women face additional burdens along their risk-management journey, researchers say.
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