Black Americans Don’t Get Screened or Treated for Lung Cancer at Same Rates as White Americans: Here’s Why, & What We Can Do About It

Published Feb 16, 2021

Black Americans Don’t Get Screened or Treated for Lung Cancer at Same Rates as White Americans: Here’s Why, & What We Can Do About It

A report from the American Lung Association shows glaring disparities in lung cancer screening and treatment based on race

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