Racial disparities in cancer care ‘don’t go away in survivorship’

Updated: Aug 23

Jennifer Byrne - March 25, 2021


“From screening to diagnosis, and from diagnosis to treatment, there are racial disparities,” Vivian J. Bea, MD, FACS, section chief of breast surgical oncology at New York-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital and assistant professor of surgery at Weill Cornell Medicine, said in an interview with Healio. “These disparities don’t go away in survivorship; there continue to be multiple issues across the continuum of care.”

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