No Patient Left Behind: Black Men and Lung Cancer Webinar
American Lung Association
Lung cancer is the number one cancer killer of both men and women in the United States. However, Black men suffer disproportionally from lung cancer. Black men are more likely to get and die from lung cancer than their white counterparts, despite lower smoking rates. Additionally, Black Americans with lung cancer are less likely to be diagnosed at an early stage, less likely to receive surgical treatment, and less likely to receive any treatment compared to white Americans. This webinar will feature a moderated panel discussion, with experts in the field, examining why these disparities exist and the role all Americans play in improving health equity.
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David Tom Cooke, Khadijah A. Mitchell