Monthly Archives: May 2009

Lesson 1: Learn the Vocabulary

The doctors and nurses were using words I could not understand.  It was September 19, 1998.  I was in the emergency room of a large hospital in Falls Church, Virginia.  “I’m sorry, Mr. and Mrs. Russell, but your daughter has … Continue reading

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Cancer Incidence Expected to Rise 45%

The American Society of Clinical Oncology has announced an ambitious policy regarding cancer care disparities.  It will use strategies such as increasing research into cancer disparities, bolstering enrollment of minorities in cancer clinical trials, encouraging greater diversity in the oncology … Continue reading

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