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New international report describes the risk factors and outcomes of more than 130 women and nonbinary people.
Some women with dense breasts get extra cancer screenings in addition to mammograms. This can lead to false-positives and harm.
Dawn Smith, MD, MPH, fought to expand PrEP and end HIV, notably among women and Black communities.
Black patients with ovarian cancer were less likely than their white counterparts to be treated according to NCCN guidelines.
Joining First Lady Jill Biden, R&B icon Mary J. Blige spoke about racial disparities in cancer prevention and treatment.
Over half of women with HIV have experienced intimate partner violence. Take action by watching “Living & Loving Well with HIV.”
Elena Shagisultanova, MD, PhD, answers six questions about the importance of mammograms, the challenges of dense breasts and more.
A new report finds that Black women have lower breast cancer incidence than white women but higher rates of death from the cancer.
Two cancer specialists detail how the Supreme Court ruling against abortion access will harm some patients.
“I am living proof that early detection can save lives,” Tigerlily CEO Maimah Karmo said at the NCCN cancer policy summit.
“I am an endangered species, but I sing no victim’s song,” belted Sheryl Lee Ralph, longtime HIV advocate, during her thank-you speech.
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The “PrEP in Black America” summit aims to promote, educate and implement HIV prevention in African-American communities.
Up to 1 in 1,000 pregnant women each year receive a cancer diagnosis. Timely cancer treatment improves a person’s chances of survivorship.
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