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Why is colorectal cancer more deadly among the Black community?

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.

Cancer patients benefit from UChicago Medicine’s city-suburban partnerships

Suburban cancer patients are discovering that they can get UChicago Medicine's top-tier, nationally renowned care close to home, thanks to collaborations aimed at making cancer care more convenient.

Brain Tumors: Expert Q&A

In this expert Q&A, neuro-oncologist Dr. Deric Park and neurosurgeon Dr. Paramita Das share insights on the different types of brain tumors, the symptoms they may cause and the types of therapies to treat them.

OncLive

View video interviews with UChicago Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Center experts on OncLive. Our physicians and scientists are featured commenting on the latest advances in cancer research and care.

Head & Neck Cancer: Q & A

Medical oncologist Alexander T. Pearson, MD, PhD, and nurse navigator Patricia Heinlen, BSN, RN, discuss head and neck cancer, including the HPV vaccine and how new treatment approaches are tailored to each patient's cancer type, making treatments more effective while reducing side effects.

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