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BMC researchers are finding innovative new ways to treat and cure cancers, including cancers of the breast, lung, colon, prostate, head and neck, blood cells (leukemia and lymphoma), and more.
As our patient, you'll have access to a wide range of clinical trials from both BMC researchers and researchers at other institutions. While we enroll any and all eligible patients in clinical trials, BMC physicians are in particular leaders in the enrollment of under-represented minorities in clinical trials.
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Pharmaceutical manufacturers are working to expand access to CAR T clinical trials by partnering with hospitals that care for diverse patients.
CAR T, a personalized cell therapy, has been a game-changer for certain blood cancers, but its high cost has been a huge barrier to equitable access.
Historically marginalized communities are subject to delays across the spectrum of cancer care.
Eliminating the race-based health equity gap starts from within the department, says Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine
Using their own screening history, women can access the same type of personalized risk information that their doctors see.
BMC’s innovative clinic provides same-day shots and a chance to research barriers to vaccination.
New research shows the need for increased lung cancer screening in areas that are highly segregated by race to better diagnose Black patients early.
Guidelines recommend discontinuing cervical cancer screening at 65, but new research shows that the majority of women don't meet the criteria to stop.
A new collaboration among Boston cancer centers aims to increase minority populations’ access to the latest treatments for more equitable outcomes.
Black women die from breast cancer in higher rates than any other group. Major medical systems are collaborating to eliminate the growing disparity.
Healthcare experts share forward-thinking views on the medical community’s role in providing effective, authentic, and sustainable care.
At Boston Medical Center, experts from the Cancer Center are exploring how new and existing therapies could fight the COVID infection.