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Leqembi and related care could cost Medicare up to $5 billion a year, making it one of the most expensive taxpayer-funded treatments.
Many Black women do not utilize annual screening mammograms despite acknowledging its importance in breast cancer detection.
Patients are tired of shocking medical bills they didn’t expect and can’t afford.
A more nuanced approach is recommended to avoid inequitable screening notification of breast density among racial and ethnic groups.
The new plan outlines federal actions to reduce the burden of sexually transmitted infections in the United States through 2025.
Black and Latino patients are more likely to experience severe allergies compared with white patients.
Researchers stress funding breast cancer research to include representation of racially and ethnically diverse populations
WISDOM study expands to women as young as 30
Black men living in rural areas were at greatest risk for heart failure.
Over the past decade, deaths related to HBV rose significantly in West Virginia and Kentucky.
The event offers free resources and testing for Black men, who face higher death rates from preventable diseases.
Researchers stress the need for better access to health care, health care education, healthy food options and positive decision-making
Diversity among health care providers may help combat disparities among Black Alaskans.
The Women as the Face of AIDS Summit, organized by Iris House, also honored three trailblazing women working to end the HIV epidemic.
Public health advocates have worked for years to address racial gaps in cancer outcomes by establishing programs like Body & Soul.
Screening Black women for breast cancer starting at age 40 would decrease deaths by 57%.
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