Being Older Can Unfairly Affect Your Cancer Treatment — New Efforts to Bring Equal Care to All

Published Feb 24, 2020

Being Older Can Unfairly Affect Your Cancer Treatment — New Efforts to Bring Equal Care to All

Older adults can find out their “physiological” age by having what's called a comprehensive geriatric assessment.

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