Minorities Are Missing Out On Life-Saving Cancer Care & Clinical Trials: 4 Changes Needed to Help Fix This Problem

Updated September 22nd, 2020

Minorities Are Missing Out On Life-Saving Cancer Care & Clinical Trials: 4 Changes Needed to Help Fix This Problem

Minority communities are grossly underrepresented in cancer research and clinical trials and a new report confirms a lack of cancer equality in treatment that's been suspected for years.

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