Cancer specialists Sonali Smith, MD, and Olwen Hahn, MD, answer questions about the vaccines' safety and effectiveness for cancer patients.
Black people are nearly twice as likely to die from colorectal cancer than other races. University of Chicago Medicine gastroenterologist Karen Kim, MD, says it's mainly because they're less likely to have preventive screenings. She explains why, and what UChicago Medicine is doing to help.
Clinical trials offer important treatment options for some patients and, now, newly passed legislation permits low-income Illinoisans to participate at no extra cost.