1:2:1 Podcast

Kim Rhoads on racial disparities in cancer outcomes

According to a recent American Cancer Society report, black patients are more likely to develop and die from cancer than white patients. Kim Rhoads, MD, assistant professor of general surgery, discusses these racial disparities in surgical outcomes. Hosted by Paul Costello, executive director of the medical school's communications office.

Length: 18 mins. 12 sec.

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