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Disparities in Access and Health Care with Karen Winkfield
National Cancer Prevention Workshop
Karen Winkfield, MD says pandemic caused ’80 percent reduction’ in cancer screening rates
“We know that there was a lot of fear about getting screens done during the COVID pandemic. In fact, access was restricted… some of the screening facilities… were closed during the initial part of COVID. So there are estimates that for some cancers that we can screen for– we can screen for about six different cancers–that there are some estimates about 80 percent reduction in terms of the screening rates.”
Panel: Disparities in Cancer Care | Changing the Odds: The Hill's Cancer Summit
The Hill’s Steve Clemons in conversation with Dr. Gerald Harmon (President, American Medical Association) and Dr. Karen Winkfield (Ingram Professor of Cancer Research, Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center; Executive Director, Meharry-Vanderbilt Alliance) Changing the Odds: The Hill's Cancer Summit, streamed on October 6, 2021. Sponsored by Illumina.
Bridging the Cancer Center Mission with Community Engagement
Stanford Cancer Institute