Disparities in Cancer Care

The OncLive Disparities in Cancer Care condition center page is a comprehensive resource for clinical news and expert insights on disparities in care with regards to race, gender, demographics, geographics, and socioeconomic status. This page features news articles, interviews in written and video format, and podcasts that focus on studies evaluating these various disparities and how they impact clinical trial enrollment and oncology treatment.

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Joseph Mikhael, MD
2023 Cancer Trends Highlight Opportunities to Close Gaps in Care in Community Practice

February 14th 2023

A renewed focus on dismantling the barriers and closing gaps in care will aid in the mission to drive down the rate of cancer mortality and incidence across disease states.

Crystal S. Denlinger, MD
NCCN Launches Health Equity Report Card to Address Racial Disparities in Cancer Care

February 10th 2023

Daniel King, MD, PhD
Socioeconomic Factors Are Associated With Disparities in Germline Testing in Pancreatic Cancer

February 5th 2023

Nicholas Acuna, MPH
PhD Candidate Discovers Increasing Risk for Liver Cancer Among US Residents of Mexican Descent

January 26th 2023

Andrea Enzinger, MD
Older Patients of Color With Cancer Less Likely to Receive Opioids at End of Life

January 12th 2023

Video Interviews
Narjust Florez, MD

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