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The Healthcare Anchor Network declares it is undeniable.
Despite progress, adolescents and young adults face substantial cancer disparities by race/ethnicity.
Six in 10 Americans believe racism can affect the health care a person receives.
A story about the need we all have to be addressed and acknowledged by our correct names. It’s a matter of showing respect.
Doctors aren’t properly trained to detect melanoma in patients with Black skin.
I posted some of the ugly things I’ve been told over the years on Instagram to express how words can be so damaging to a person’s psyche.
Many of my white friends complained about being too pale and needing to tan. I wanted to be like them and tan too, but I’m already brown.
Anthony Fauci, MD, highlighted how socioeconomic status contributes to racial disparities during the coronavirus pandemic.
The American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting goes virtual.
I found this saying, “Before you speak...THINK! (T, is it true, H, is it helpful, I, is it inspiring, N, is it necessary, K, is it kind?”)
Racism and bias are not relics of a less enlightened past, but living, active forces that hold us back from scientific breakthroughs.
I’ve been uncomfortable being vocal about the racism I see and have experienced. Yet, I must push through it and not remain silent.
This is NOT a cancer post. This is about racism.
When a person of color tells you about an experience they deem racist—whether inside or outside the cancer community—don’t question them...
Marianne Williamson harnesses love to fight dark psychic forces—including racism, cancer and HIV.
Researchers believe specially designed cancer care programs could prevent Black patients from being lost to care.
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