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Events

Nutrition for Diabetes - Webinar
Nutrition for Diabetes - Webinar

Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Carb Counting - Webinar
Carb Counting - Webinar

Wednesday, March 13, 2024

Blogs

Being Black Raises Your Risk for Some Cancers
Being Black Raises Your Risk for Some Cancers

Not only does different cancers affect people differently, but sometimes your race raises your risk of developing cancer or your likelihood of successful treatment. Disparities in cancer rates among different racial and ethnic groups can be related to socioeconomic status, access to healthcare, systemic barriers and cultural factors. To address these disparities, we must all raise awareness, promote early detection and screenings, improve access to quality care and address the social determinants of health that contribute to worse patient outcomes.

Breast Cancer and Family History
Breast Cancer and Family History

Both men and women are at risk for developing breast cancer, there’s a genetic factor that predisposes you to a high-risk category of developing the disease. Knowing your family history and taking advantage of advanced genetic counseling and testing resources gives you more information about your options.

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