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

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Health Equity and Cancer: Understanding and addressing cancer inequities

Cancer kills 600,000 Americans annually and although there have been great improvements in preventing, diagnosing, and treating cancer, there are still inequities in adherence rates for life-saving screenings. Too often, race, ethnicity, language, income and geography predict cancer detection, late-stage cases, and preventable deaths.

Download this guide to understand the primary factors that contribute to these inequities, and strategies to help improve access and promote better health for all employees.