Colorectal Cancer Screening During the Pandemic

Researchers say the pandemic poses an additional burden on communities of color that already experience cancer health disparities.

For example, Black Americans have the highest incidence and mortality rates of colorectal cancer than any other racial group in the United States and screening for the disease has declined substantially due to the pandemic. But a community-based effort at a Philadelphia church is using an innovative approach to address the problem.

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