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Researchers are rethinking living wills and other ACP documents to ensure seriously ill patients get the care they want.
Lack of access to care and difficult living conditions negatively impacted heart health, particularly in Black and Latino respondents.
Anemia and hypertension during pregnancy increased risk for severe birth complications in non-white populations.
AIDSVu shows an unmet need for PrEP to prevent HIV among African Americans, Latinos and people living in the South.
Amida Care provides gender-affirming care, PrEP, hepatitis C treatment and more.
Meet the latest grant recipients of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Equity in Access Research Program.
Many Black women do not utilize annual screening mammograms despite acknowledging its importance in breast cancer detection.
Emergency rooms can provide vital access to HIV services. Just ask the Swedish Ballard Emergency Department in King County, Washington.
Considerable evidence shows that diversity in medicine improves care, and some argue that it “literally saves lives.”
PrEP4All’s advocacy for a National PrEP Program to prevent HIV gets a $670,000 boost from the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
Part one in a series from the University of Colorado that unpacks the goals of the National Cancer Institute’s National Cancer Plan.
People of color are more likely to experience kidney failure.
Megan-Claire Chase, aka Warrior Megsie, is a seven-year breast cancer survivor. She’s also a blogger and advocate.
The USPSTF’s updated guidance for mammograms is especially important for Black women, who are 40% more likely to die of breast cancer.
For every 10% increase in Black primary care physicians, life expectancy increased by about one month for Black patients.
Researchers at the American Cancer Society estimate that about 30,000 uninsured people are diagnosed with cancer each year.
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