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

Updated: Apr 10

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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