AACR cancer disparities report cites progress, ‘but we still have a long way to go'
7 days ago - By Healio
American Association for Cancer Research today released its first Cancer Disparities Progress Report, which aims to raise awareness of the substantial effect of cancer on racial and ethnic minorities and other underserved populations.
The report also highlights areas of progress in reducing cancer health disparities and offers recommendations for achieving health equity in this setting.
“The idea of undertaking this historic initiative of producing the very first progress report on cancer health disparities was conceptualized nearly 2 years ago,” Margaret Foti, PhD, MD, CEO of AACR,
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