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Racial disparity has a long and profound history in the United States.
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The latest Cancer Disparities Report finds that disparities by socioeconomic status within each race are larger than disparities by race.
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The ENLACE team includes bilingual genetic counselors who are trained in culturally sensitive ways of communicating genetic information.
Black patients with early-onset colorectal cancer received worse and less timely care than white patients, a new study shows.
Fruquintinib improved progression-free and overall survival for patients who did not respond to chemotherapy.
One of the most effective ways to increase awareness of these tips is through health education.
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University of Colorado Cancer Center leader Christopher Lieu, MD, talks about what stage 4 cancer means and how it’s treated.
Artificial intelligence is rapidly making its way into health care.
Removing as much tumor as possible did not decrease quality of life despite an increase in adverse events.
A study in mice found that engineered "bacterial biosensors” could detect DNA shed by colorectal cancer tumors.
About half of early-onset colorectal cancer cases affect people under 45, who may not get screened despite symptoms.
These bacteria can promote the development of colorectal cancer by damaging DNA and hindering the body’s immune system.
Explore strategies and resources that can aid communities in achieving a balanced diet.
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