Lung Cancer

No Patient Left Behind: Black Men and Lung Cancer

This is a recording of the February 19th webinar, No Patient Left Behind: Black Men and Lung Cancer, hosted by the American Lung Association. Dr. David Tom Cooke and Dr. Khadijah Mitchell discuss lung...

African Americans and Lung Cancer

Lung cancer is the second leading cause of death by cancer among non-white Americans. African Americans and other minorities have a higher risk of developing the disease. African Americans need to und...

lung cancer in african americans

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Lung cancer: Advances in screening, treatment saving lives I Focus on Cancer S1E10

To listen to the Focus On Cancer podcast, visit: https://cancercenter.com/focus-on-cancer Lung cancer remains the third most common cancer in the United States—and the deadliest. But there’s lots of r...

Debra’s story: Cancer research, clinical care and prevention at the School of Medicine

When Debra was diagnosed with breast cancer, she was treated at Washington University School of Medicine, an internationally recognized academic medical center that combines basic science, clinical ca...

QIW Session 3: Ensuring Health Equity in Lung Cancer Screening

Quantitative Imaging Workshop XVII: Leveraging CT to Accelerate Detection of Lung Cancer, COPD and Cardiovascular Disease October 28-30, 2020 | Virtual

Patients can read notes starting Nov. 2; younger African Americans may be missed by lung cancer…

Hematology Oncology News: National lung cancer screening guidelines may miss younger African American individuals at high risk: https://bit.ly/3e2CmhV Standard treatment lacking in relapsed refractory...

Why do we need the 25 for 25: Health Equity & Justice campaign?

www.teammassey.org/25for25 What is 25 for 25: A campaign designed to educate and inform our community of the cancer disparities that exist in the African American community. For the past 25 years, can...