Podcast: Breast Cancer and Diverse Populations

Podcast: Breast Cancer and Diverse Populations

Podcast: Addressing Breast Cancer Care Disparities Within Diverse Populations

In this episode of Back to Health, Englander Institute for Precision Medicine Member Lisa Newman, M.D. (left) and Vivian Bea, M.D. discuss the importance of early detection and diagnosis for breast cancer within minority populations. They focus on why there is such a disparity in access to care and how to close those that gap. They discuss the integrative cancer care approach at Weill Cornell Medicine, including clinical guidance and educational resources to help spread awareness of the risks of breast cancer.

Back To Health is your source for the latest in health, wellness and medical care for the whole family. Our team of world-renowned physicians at Weill Cornell Medicine, are having in-depth conversations covering trending health topics, wellness tips and medical breakthroughs.

With the spotlight on our collaborative approach to patient care, the series will present cutting-edge treatments, innovative therapies as well as real-life stories that will answer common questions for both patients and their caregivers.

We understand that medicine is complex and can be overwhelming. We’ve developed this as a resource for you, your loved ones and our community of patients because we believe that knowledge is empowering and necessary to making confident decisions about your health. If you’re a parent, be sure to check out Kids Health Cast.

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The above article originally appeared on the Weill Cornell Medicine News website on December 28, 2020.