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Everything you've ever wanted to know about cancer in women (but were afraid to ask)

On-Demand Webinar

Closing the gap: Addressing cancer inequities with Color and the American Cancer Society

Duration: 60 minutes

Cancer hurts all of us, but it's hurting some of our friends, family, and employees more than others. Many barriers can hinder an individual's ability to prevent, find, treat, and survive cancer. These barriers exist because of long-standing inequities that are complex and impacted by a variety of social, economic, and cultural influences.

If we want to catch cancer earlier and reduce the number of cancer-related deaths, we need to understand how these inequities are created and perpetuated – and ultimately find solutions to address them.

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Watch this webinar to learn:

  • How a person's place, race, occupation, and compensation can all impact their risk of developing cancer
  • Strategies benefits leaders can employ to make cancer prevention more equitable for their employees and members
  • How Color and the American Cancer Society are partnering to expand access, increase compliance to cancer screenings, and provide pre- and post-diagnosis support for high-risk populations

Alicia Zhou, PhD

Chief Scientific Officer
Color Health

Othman Laraki

Chief Executive Officer
Color Health


Chief Patient Support Officer
The American Cancer Society (ACS)