Learn more about our programs.
- About Us
The Immigrant Health and Cancer Disparities Service works to identify and eliminate disparities in health and cancer treatment among immigrants and minorities.
- Addressing Socioeconomic Determinants of Health
We provide critical services to help immigrants and minorities overcome social and economic obstacles to obtaining cancer treatment and other medical services
- Working with Diverse Communities
Our experts address a variety of community-specific health issues for immigrants and minorities throughout New York City.
- Eliminating Language & Cultural Barriers to Care
We provide medical interpretation training for bilingual people and offer courses in cultural responsiveness for healthcare providers.
- Increasing Diversity in Cancer Research
Through our programs, we are working to increase the representation of minorities in cancer clinical trials and other medical research.
- Reducing Health Risk in Immigrants & Minorities
We offer programs to assess individual health risk, provide information about affordable healthcare, and address barriers to cancer screening and treatment.