Care eliminates racial disparity in colon cancer survival rates, study finds

More equitable delivery of evidence-based care can close a persistent racial disparity in colon cancer survival rates in the United States. African-American patients have consistently had lower survival rates when compared with white patients, despite a nationwide decline in colon cancer deaths overall. —> Read More Here

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