Cancer

Cancer is the leading cause of death among Asian Americans. In particular, Asian Americans have the highest rates of liver and stomach cancers. They are nearly three times more likely to develop liver cancer than non-Hispanic whites and twice as likely to develop stomach cancer. Asian Americans account for approximately half of the chronic hepatitis B cases (a precursor to liver disease and cancer) in the United States.

Asian Liver Center

Learn more about the Asian Liver Center here.

Learn more about the Director, Dr. Samuel So here.

Gastric Cancer Summit at Stanford

The Center for Asian Health Research and Education, along with Stanford's Gastroenterology Department, will be hosting a Gastric Cancer Summit in 2020. Learn more about the summit here.

Learn more about Dr. Joo Ha Hwang here. 

Stanford Cancer Institute

Learn more about Stanford Cancer Insititute's Nasopharyngeal Cancer Program here.

Learn more about Stanford Cancer Institute's War on Melanoma here.