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The Health Equity Report Card will help tackle racial and ethnic disparities and improve the quality and equity of cancer care.
In most countries, breast cancer is the first or second leading cause of cancer deaths among women.
Virtual visits were among the most effective in improving the kidney transplant evaluation process.
The experimental vaccine trains the immune system to recognize HER2 proteins on breast tumors.
Gender and racial disparities in mortality persist, but the gap appears to have closed when it comes to getting the latest HIV treatment.
Marked Saturday, February 4, this year’s World Cancer Day encourages efforts to reduce disparities in cancer care.
New study finds racial inequities in access to opioids among older patients with cancer near end of life.
Black women experience more menopausal symptoms for a longer time compared with white women.
Better results were observed even in people with increased portal hypertension.
Monoclonal antibodies used to prevent COVID-19 in immunocompromised people aren’t active against new virus variants.
Immunotherapy leads the way, along with promising breakthroughs for treating leukemia and multiple myeloma.
Advocates are working to deliver medication directly to patients to combat this alarming decrease in care.
The suicide risk for people with cancer is 26% higher than the general population, finds a new study. These cancers showed higher risks.
Bill Gates and President Biden laud PEPFAR—which has saved 25 million lives—and urge its reauthorization this year.
These data are consistent with a recent study reporting expansion was not associated with an increase in methadone-involved overdose deaths.
FDA issued draft guidelines on a new blood donation policy; it now seeks public comment before the changes are finalized.
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