From Sharon Osbourne to Michael Douglas — Cancer Survivors Embrace ‘Blackout Tuesday’ Amid Shocking Disparities Among Cancer Patients

Published Jun 2, 2020

From Sharon Osbourne to Michael Douglas — Cancer Survivors Embrace ‘Blackout Tuesday’ Amid Shocking Disparities Among Cancer Patients

African Americans bear a disproportionate share of the cancer burden, according to The American Cancer Society. Resarchers are working to fix this.

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