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NCI Acting Director: Equitable Precision Medicine Requires Concerted Implementation Efforts
Despite significant advances in cancer treatment, molecular sequencing and enrollment of Black patients in clinical trials are still less than that of White and Asian patients.
NIH Explores New Field of Liberation Data Science in All of Us Research Program
The All of Us Research Program looks to enroll more than 1 million US individuals in the next 10 years to enable public access to medical data for research purposes.
Neighborhood Adversity Associated With Increased Risk of ER- Breast Cancer, TNBC for Black Women in the United States
Data showed that Black women, regardless of education level or income, are more likely to reside in disadvantaged neighborhoods, which may contribute to racial disparities in breast cancer.
US Residents of Mexican Descent Show Higher Liver Cancer Risk in Successive Generations
Second- and third-generation individuals living in Los Angeles, California, demonstrate 35% and 61%, respectively, more of a chance of getting the disease, according to new study results.
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