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A study found that only 43% of clinical trials reported race and ethnicity. The FDA issued guidance to address these inequalities.
People diagnosed with cancer over a year ago and those who were not on treatment did not have a higher risk of hospitalization or death.
The new collaboration aims to enable cancer researchers to learn from every patient by actively engaging them in clinical research.
The coalition of African-American and Latino churches also supports the FDA’s proposed ban on menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars.
Compared with men, women had a 34% greater likelihood of adverse events, especially if they received immunotherapy.
National Comprehensive Cancer Network encourages second mRNA booster shot and offers COVID PrEP advice for people with cancer.
When it comes to prevention, Medicaid also plays a role in lowering the burden of cancer among people living with HIV.
Does red meat cause cancer? Does stress or Radon? CancerFactFinder.org offers evidence-based answers to such questions.
Scientists drill down into crucial Women’s Health Initiative data to get definitive answers on whether supplement use improves our health.
A small Spanish study suggests that screening people living with HIV for lung cancer results in a high rate of diagnosis.
Novel therapies, improved technologies and a better understanding of the immune system could yield broad dividends.
Young adult cancer survivors who crowdfund to finance their medical expenses face several trade-offs.
Immunocompromised people ages 12 and older are also eligible for an additional shot.
Watch six videos from the in-person Melanoma Exchange Patient Forum, including voices from cancer survivors, advocates and educators.
Protecting the immunocompromised is not only a matter of health equity, it’s critical to ending the pandemic.
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