University of Washington. Columns Magazine. Population Health Initiative: Cancer. (2 of 4)

People of color have a 20% greater chance of getting cancer than white people and ethnicity can determine how fast one can see a doctor and receive medicine and the benefits of medical research. Women of color are more likely to have more aggressive forms of breast cancer, with more advanced cancer and have worse outcomes. Link to article.

Chances of Cancer by Ken Orvidas


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