Home Gesundheit Metastasierter Brustkrebs: Gehört werden

Metastasierter Brustkrebs: Gehört werden

von NFI Redaktion

Photo credit: FatCamera / Getty Images

References:

– Andrea Silber, MD, Deputy Clinical Director of Health Equity and Diversity, Yale Cancer Center and Smilow Cancer Hospital; Clinical Professor of Medicine (Medical Oncology), Yale School of Medicine.

– Christine Ko, MD, Professor of Dermatology and Pathology, Yale School of Medicine.

– Avan Armaghani, MD, Associate Member, Breast Oncology Department, Moffitt Cancer Center.

– Grace Suh, Medical Director, Northwestern Medicine Cancer Center Delnor.

– American Association for Cancer Research: „AACR Cancer Disparities Progress Report.“

Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology: „Health and Racial Differences in Breast Cancer.“

Breast Cancer Research and Treatment: „Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Outcomes of Patients with Metastatic Breast Cancer: Contributions of Demographic, Socioeconomic, Tumor, and Metastatic Characteristics.“

Limits in Oncology: „An Overview of Research on Inequalities in the Care of Black and White Cancer Patients in Detroit.“

JAMA Internal Medicine: „Racial and Ethnic Differences in Outpatient Visits across 29 Specialties.“

JAMA Network Open: „Assessment of Racial Differences in Referrals to Primary Care Physicians.“

Population Research and Policy Review: „Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Insurance Coverage: Dynamics of Gaining and Losing Coverage across the Lifespan.“

Journal of Clinical Oncology: „The Impact of Oncologist Implicit Racial Bias on racially Discordant Interactions in Oncology.“

Limits in Public Health: „Racial Differences in Triple Negative Breast Cancer: An Overview of the Role of Biological and Non-biological Factors.“

– Breastcancer.org: „Options for the Uninsured“, „Where Should I Get a Second Opinion?“

– American Medical Association: „Reducing Health Care Inequalities.“

– HHS.gov: „Civil Rights – Health Disparities“, „Civil Rights – Limited English Proficiency (LEP).“

American Economic Review: „Is Diversity Important for Health? Experimental Evidence from Oakland.“

– National Cancer Institute: „Find a Cancer Center.“

Related Posts

Adblock Detected

Please support us by disabling your AdBlocker extension from your browsers for our website.