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Inequity in social determinants of health, including institutional racism and economic inequity, are impacting cancer outcomes.
Women residing in locations with historic housing discrimination have lower breast cancer survival rates.
Older and immunocompromised people and those with underlying health conditions could benefit most from additional shots.
Actress Wendy Raquel Robinson will host the American Cancer Society’s “Call To Action” on December 4th.
A single mom driving all night with her sick child because she can’t afford a hotel room? That’s what cancer means in the United States.
Boosters further reduce the risk of severe illness and can help curb coronavirus transmission.
In clinical trials for personalized cancer treatments, Black and Latino people are routinely understudied compared with whites.
New analysis from the American Cancer Society shows large declines in cancer mortality since 1971 passage of National Cancer Act.
Carcinogenic air pollution is often concentrated in communities of color.
Many breast cancer patients rely on cannabis not just to relieve side effects but to treat cancer yet may be unaware of possible harms.
Older individuals who smoke could also substantially reduce the risk of cancer death if they quit.
Screening Black women for breast cancer starting at age 40 would decrease deaths by 57%.
Just five hours of exercise each week can stop the development of certain cancers.
Collins has led the NIH under three presidents over more than 12 years.
Access to preventive care could reduce the number of Latinos who develop infection-related cancers.
In animated PSAs for early colorectal cancer screen, Chuck D and Pete Colon reach out to Black and Latino Americans.
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