Tag Archive: health disparities

Prostate Cancer Screening: Black Men Less Likely to Get Follow-Up MRI

Black, Hispanic and Asian men in the United States are less likely than white men to receive a follow-up MRI... Read More

Meet the Women Advocating for the Black Prostate Cancer Community

Throughout April, ZERO will be recognizing National Minority Health Month, a time to raise awareness about health disparities that disproportionately... Read More

Study Finds Health Disparities in Black Men With Prostate Cancer

A systematic review observed that health disparities persist for Black men with prostate cancer and sought to determine the root... Read More

Largest, most diverse prostate cancer study shows genetic role in health disparities

Some racial and ethnic groups suffer relatively more often, and fare worse, from common ailments compared to others. Prostate cancer... Read More

From COVID-19 to Cancer: Overcoming Health Inequities Together

The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed – and exacerbated – profound disparities in healthcare outcomes in the United States. Black, Latino,... Read More

Cancer Health Disparities Continue

IN MANY WAYS, THE U.S. cancer picture is getting better. Cancer is becoming increasingly curable or survivable as a manageable, chronic... Read More

A Sense of Urgency: Black Men Are Dying at Twice the Rate of White Men from Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is one of many diseases that disproportionately affects the Black community. We know this fight personally, both as... Read More

Physicians and Patients Both Have a Role to Play in Eradicating Health Disparities Among African-Americans

Over the past several months, COVID-19 has exposed deep chasms in care and relationships between patients, physicians, and the entire... Read More

Webinars and Videos

Upcoming Recent Upcoming October 19th @ 12:00pm EST: If PSA Levels are Elevated, What to do Next? Patient Considerations about... Read More