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Dr. Jewel Kling explains why people in the LGBTQ+ community need to understand their cancer risk and work with trusted healthcare professionals to get appropriate screenings.
Dr. Kim Barbel Johnson explains why educating patients is essential to reducing and preventing cancer deaths among Black people.
Patient navigator Veronica Smith discusses the history of Juneteenth and the factors that contribute to racial disparities in healthcare.
Dr. John Kisiel advocates for regular screening starting at age 45 and says if colorectal cancer is diagnosed early, it is highly treatable.
Dr. Dawn Davis explains what precautions skin cancer survivors should take to stay safe while enjoying the outdoors.
Dermatologist Dr. Dawn Davis debunks the myth that people with dark skin are less likely to develop skin cancer.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force is proposing changing its guidelines to recommend all women begin screening mammography at age 40.
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Dermatologist Dr. Megha Tollefson offers tips for keeping babies safe from sunburn — and skin cancer risk — while outdoors.