A new collaboration among Boston cancer centers aims to increase minority populations’ access to the latest treatments for more equitable outcomes.
Boston’s Black women die from breast cancer in higher rates than any other group. The area’s major medical systems are collaborating to break down structures driving the 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.
Being uninsured or enrolled in Medicaid is a major factor in the stage of cancer at diagnosis, a new study finds.