A Conversation About Race in Cancer Care

Your Stories: Conquering Cancer Podcast
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This podcast offers a candid discussion on why cancer risks are higher and survival rates are lower for Black people, while addressing the disparities facing all patients from underrepresented, excluded, and disenfranchised communities. Speakers, Dr. Karen Winkfield and Dr. Don Dizon, are two of the country’s foremost leaders in advancing health equity.

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