Lack of insurance cause of survivorship gap in minorities with cancer, study shows

University of Illinois Cancer Center member Greg Calip led a new study that found lack of insurance coverage is a major cause of delayed breast cancer screening and treatment among minority women, which could lead to a decrease in a patient’s chance of survival. Dr. Susan Hong, director of survivorship at the UI Cancer Center, assisted Calip in the study, as did researchers at the Boston Medical Center/Boston University School of Medicine. Read more.

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