After Houston Astros’ Gary Pettis’ Multiple Myeloma Diagnosis, Black Communities Need Access To Cancer Treatment More Than Ever

Updated September 29th, 2020

After Houston Astros’ Gary Pettis’ Multiple Myeloma Diagnosis, Black Communities Need Access To Cancer Treatment More Than Ever

Multiple myeloma is the most common blood cancer affecting Black communities, but their survival rates are lower than other patients. It's important to address these disparities.

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