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Notable Women in Healthcare 2019

Now in its second year, Crain’s Notable Women in Health Care celebrates an industry uniquely shaped by women.

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Katie Couric’s ‘The Couric Effect,’ Stand Up To Cancer Program has Helped Save Countless Lives

Twenty years ago, Katie Couric’s on-air colonoscopy on the Today Show inspired so many people to get checked. Doctors termed it “The Couric Effect”, which later helped to inspire Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C), raising hundreds of millions of dollars.

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Indians’ Carlos Carrasco Turns a Cancer Ordeal Into a Ray of Light

The longtime Cleveland starter received a diagnosis of chronic myeloid leukemia last spring, then spent much of his recovery time helping others.

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How I Attacked Cancer to Ensure Cancer Did Not Attack Me

Douglas Rozen is Chief Media Officer at 360i, as well as a colorectal cancer survivor, avid cyclist and Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) ambassador.

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Stand Up To Cancer Commits to Making Clinical Trials More Diverse

Lack of access and mistrust often keep diverse patients from participating in clinical trials. Nonprofit group Stand Up To Cancer wants to change that.

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SU2C Initiatives Aim to Boost Diversity in Cancer Trials

Stand Up To Cancer has launched two initiatives to increase minority representation in cancer clinical trials by amending its grant application requirements and funding a new research team focused on diversity and inclusion.

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Stand Up To Cancer Takes Steps to Increase Diversity in Cancer Clinical Trials

Cancer research is rapidly advancing and mortality from the disease is dropping, but not all patients are benefiting equally.

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Dr. Perez shares perspective on new ‘Stand Up To Cancer’ Health Equity Initiative

Dr. Edith Perez, a Mayo Clinic oncologist and chair of the Stand Up To Cancer committee for health equity in cancer clinical trials today announced a new Stand Up To Cancer Health Equity Initiative aimed at reducing disparities among racial groups in cancer clinical trials.

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Taking on the Lack of Diversity in Cancer Trials

Although we still have a long way to go in the fight against cancer, over 50 drugs have been approved for cancer in the last three years. That’s good news – until you take a closer look at the data.

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Brenda Song on How to Cope When a Loved One Has Cancer

She shared how she dealt with her mother’s breast cancer diagnosis.

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