Cancers Below The Belt: Uterine and Colorectal Cancer in the Black Community

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When it comes to cancer care and the latest research, not everyone benefits equally: Uterine cancer in Black women and colorectal cancer in Black men and women are rising at alarming rates. Early diagnosis can save lives and your health and wellness are too important to put on hold. Join Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Office of Health Equity & the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Manhattan Chapter, for this free virtual educational event featuring expert panelists to answer your questions about risk factors, screening and diagnosis, and how to advocate for access to the best possible treatment.

Date & Time(s)

Location

Virtual event via Zoom.

Contact

Contact communityaffairs@mskcc.org with any questions regarding the event.

Registration Details

RSVP to attend this free virtual educational event. The link will be sent to registered attendees.

Speaker(s)

Carol L. Brown

Carol L. Brown, MD, FACOG, FACS
Senior Vice President and Chief Health Equity Officer

 
Hans Gerdes

Hans Gerdes, MD
Gastroenterologist