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New data show 46,000 cancer cases could be prevented each year if Americans exercised least 5 hours each week.
Excess deaths by population were three to four times higher among Black and American Indian men and women.
African Americans are twice as likely to be diagnosed with multiple myeloma as white people, but lag in treatment gains.
In animated PSAs for early colorectal cancer screen, Chuck D and Pete Colon reach out to Black and Latino Americans.
The hope is that de-identified data sent to the Count Me In initiative will lead to better knowledge and therapies.
Calls for equity, inclusion and better access boost pre-pandemic efforts to open up eligibility, streamline trials.
In January, Biden opened this enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act. Plus: Those with a health plan can change their coverage.
Despite these advances, Black women are still twice as likely as white women to die of breast cancer.
Researchers estimate more than 5 million Americans are in mourning, including more than 43,000 children who have lost a parent to COVID-19.
The Supreme Court upholds the Affordable Care Act for a third time. Here’s a look at responses from health care advocates.
In her new documentary, “In the Sun”, the actress hopes to dispel the myth that people of color aren’t at risk for skin cancer.
The Oscar-winning actor stars in a new Stand Up To Cancer campaign aimed at educating Black and Latino people about colorectal cancer.
Since her mother died of pancreatic cancer, actress Keesha Sharp wants to teach others about the robust research on the disease’s treatment.
The new study showed that results for Black women on the breast cancer test Oncotype DX may be inaccurate.
Now that the vaccines are being distributed, public health advocates say churches are key to reaching Black citizens.
Certain racial/ethnic groups and older people aren’t being adequately represented and trial reporting guidelines aren’t being followed.
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