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Research is aimed at studying and improving disparities that prevent equal access to care and treatment.
Establishing a comprehensive survivorship program and discussing genetic testing with clients will address disparities in cancer care.
Since last April, states have removed more than 16 million people from their Medicaid programs.
In one experiment, doctors felt far more certain diagnosing white men than Black patients or younger women.
Rural hospitals continue to close due to staffing shortages, low reimbursement rates and declining patient numbers.
ACCE to “close the care gap” via clinical trials, cancer screenings and patient navigation services. Plus: A congressional resolution.
Global call to action and release of the World Cancer Day 2024 Equity Report.
Marked Sunday, February 4, this year’s World Cancer Day urges global leaders to eliminate disparities and #CloseTheCareGap.
Strategies for oncology research community reflect urgent need to preserve, strengthen pandemic-era flexibilities.
An estimated half of the people living in the U.S. without authorization are uninsured.
Fred Hutch, Cierra Sisters collaboration designed for patients and caregivers as well as providers, policy makers, clinical staff
What’s more, Black patients have poorer survival outcomes compared to people of other racial groups.
Findings show benefits of AI-driven techniques, chemotherapy-free treatments, and cell therapy.
The one-year intensive cancer research internship program is for students who come from backgrounds underrepresented in the sciences.
The authors demand Biden outline the actions his administration is taking to address it in his State of the Union address.
To reduce cancer disparities, the ASCENDS Project offers a one-time phone survey to folks who received care in Mississippi and Alabama.
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