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Cancer Care Widens Its Reach Reducing Cancer Health Disparities

April 2019 Print this issue Reducing Cancer Health Disparities Differences in disease rates across the country are striking. People living in rural areas develop lung cancers more often than those in urban areas. African-American men are twice as likely as white men to die of prostate cancer. Hispanic women have the highest cervical cancer rates.… Read More »

Skin care shouldn’t be colorblind

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Because skin color affects the presentation of skin conditions, dermatologists must consider skin color in making diagnoses. Because of this, people of color may want to seek out a dermatologist who understands their specific needs and concerns. The post Skin care shouldn’t be colorblind appeared first on Harvard Health Blog.… Read More »

Government run health care: A cost-saver or ‘unfair competition’? – Yahoo Finance

Single payer, or no single payer? The UCSF study dovetailed with a Congressional Budget Office report published in May, that suggested the viability of a single-payer system would be contingent on its scope and structure. “Although a single-payer system could substantially reduce the number of people who lack insurance, the change in the number of… Read More »