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“This is my community. The people who I treat are my extended family. This is something I believe in. And I'm ready to help.”
Welcome to Cancer in our Community, where we're having conversations for Black health equity. Why? Because while cancer is a disease that could affect any of us or our loved ones, the Black community is at greater risk. Whether that's through poor diagnosis or treatment, Black people are more likely to develop and die from many cancers. But there are those studying how to close these gaps in health care and ensure that Black patients and those close to them receive the care that they deserve.
Dr. Brandon Blue hosts Cancer in our Community -- a podcast from the office of Community Outreach, Engagement and Equity at Moffitt Cancer Center.
Join us to hear from the experts working to create health equity for Black and African American communities.
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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, health equity is achieved when every person has the opportunity to attain their full health potential. And no one is disadvantaged from achieving this potential because of social position or other socially determined circumstances. Join us to hear more from the experts, studying the effects of biology, society, and education to meet these goals of health equity a reality.
This series of recordings comes from the Office of Community Outreach, Engagement and Equity at Moffitt Cancer Center. This podcast is brought to you by a generous gift from Dr. Michael VogelBaum and Ms. Judith Rosman by the TOP Jewish foundation.