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American Cancer Society researchers stress the need to increase access to important health care for people with an incarceration history.
Establishing a comprehensive survivorship program and discussing genetic testing with clients will address disparities in cancer care.
An ACS CAN survey shows the growing urgency to reduce the burden of medical debt and protect cost-free cancer screening.
ACCE to “close the care gap” via clinical trials, cancer screenings and patient navigation services. Plus: A congressional resolution.
American Cancer Society researchers emphasize the importance of healthcare coverage and timely access to care for vulnerable populations
Colorectal cancer is now the leading cause of cancer death in men and the second in women under 50, says ACS annual report.
The annual American Cancer Society report on U.S. cancer statistics notes that the leading cause of death for people with HIV is cancer.
Having health insurance is a strong determinant of cancer care access and survival.
These important discoveries by ACS researchers will move us closer to a world without cancer.
Governor Hochul signed a bipartisan bill to ensure access to biomarker testing and the right treatment for cancer and other illnesses.
Initiative will increase access to lung cancer screening for all patients, with a focus on communities with historical inequities
Experts estimate that the expanded guidelines will make an additional 5 million people eligible for screening.
ACS CARES offers people with cancer and caregivers quality information and one-on one support in a convenient mobile app
What’s more, American Cancer Society researchers found that the incidence rates declined highest in racial and ethnic populations.
The latest Cancer Disparities Report finds that disparities by socioeconomic status within each race are larger than disparities by race.
The association is strongest for younger women and women in urban areas.
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