How to Make Cancer Prevention More Equitable

February 14, 2024


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<5 mins
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As helpful as they are, many programs and services aimed at helping people reduce their risk of cancer don’t always meet the needs or coincide with the lifestyles of people from diverse communities and cultures. In this article from the Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation, Sherri Sheinfeld Gorin, Ph.D., a professor at Michigan Medicine, evaluates six behavior risk factors for cancer and how they’re addressed differently across minority communities.

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