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Sex, Age, and Income Level Are Associated with Undertreatment for AML

A study published online in the Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology found that patient characteristics such as sex, age, and income level...

Association Between Kidney Function and Multiple Myeloma in a South Korean Population

Researchers of a study investigated the relationship between chronic kidney disease and multiple myeloma (MM) in a South Korean population. The findings were published...

Residence in a Hispanic Enclave Linked with Worse Overall Survival among Children with ALL

Hispanic children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) have worse overall survival (OS) compared non-Hispanic White children; however, few studies have investigated the social determinants...

For Patients with Cancer, Race Is Associated with Preferences for EOL Care

A study found that non-white patients with cancer were more likely to prefer aggressive end of life (EOL) care compared with white patients. These...

Survival Outcomes of Upfront Transplant in Black Patients with MM

Black patients with multiple myeloma (MM) who receive upfront hematopoietic autologous cell transplantation (ASCT) have similar survival outcomes to their non-Black counterparts, according to...

Factors Influencing Cancer Screening in Black Patients with Serious Mental Illness

A study evaluated predictors of cancer screening uptake among Medicaid enrollees with serious mental illness, including differences in uptake between Black and White patients....

Patients’ Perceived Barriers to Care May Influence Disparities within Cancer Centers

A study published in Cancer Causes & Control evaluated racial differences in individual- and geographic-level factors among patients in the catchment area, or area...

Patient Factors Associated with Upfront Stem Cell Transplant for MCL

A study found that for people with mantle cell lymphoma (MCL), patient demographics were associated with likelihood of receiving upfront autologous stem cell transplantation...

Researchers Explore the Cause of Increased Clotting Risk in Black Patients with Cancer

Previous studies have shown that Black patients with some blood cancers are at increased risk for blood clots. A research team from Boston University...

New Campaign Seeks to Promote Early Diagnosis of MM in the Baltimore Area

The International Myeloma Foundation (IMF) announced the launch of a new initiative in the Baltimore area to address barriers to early diagnosis and treatment...
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