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New types of plans target cultural and ethnic communities with special offerings and native-language practitioners.
In 2018, Black and Latino patients with advanced cirrhosis had a higher risk of mortality compared with white people.
Researchers found an alarming lack of access for non-English speakers who called hospitals seeking information on cancer care services.
Cohen now faces challenges on a national scale as she’s charged with fixing the CDC after its pandemic missteps.
The “5 Years, 5 Voices” series celebrates the fifth anniversary of Gilead Sciences’ COMPASS initiative to fund HIV efforts in the South.
The USPSTF’s latest recommendation could make long-acting PrEP (Apretude) more accessible—if a looming court case doesn’t interfere.
#SHAAD is Sunday, August 20. In 2021, the South comprised 38% of the U.S. population but 52% of new HIV diagnoses. Here’s why.
Cancer patients and providers share tips on discussing pain to inform symptoms and treatments, including for Black women with breast cancer.
As states disenroll people from Medicaid, Republican Governor Brian Kemp also vetoed a bill to expand coverage to those with HIV.
Black and Latino people diagnosed with multiple cancers had higher mortality than their white counterparts.
Meet the latest grant recipients of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Equity in Access Research Program.
Part 6 in a series from the University of Colorado that unpacks the goals of the National Cancer Institute’s National Cancer Plan.
You might also win $5,000 in the “Write It Out!” virtual program for people living with HIV, created by playwright Donja R. Love.
Part 5 in a series from the University of Colorado that unpacks the goals of the National Cancer Institute’s National Cancer Plan.
A more nuanced approach is recommended to avoid inequitable screening notification of breast density among racial and ethnic groups.
A new survey also finds that one third of LGBTQ cancer patients and survivors experienced discrimination in health care settings.
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