Curing cancer for all: Increasing equity, access, and diversity
Fred Hutch "Science Says" virtual roundtable: Curing cancer for all: Increasing equity, access, and diversity
A person's race or ethnic background, gender or zip code shouldn’t determine whether they live or die from cancer, COVID-19 or any other disease. “Science Says” on Tuesday, June 15, will host a wide-ranging discussion about Fred Hutch's role in reducing health disparities and increasing diversity in research by:
reducing unnecessary deaths through increased access to prevention, screening, early diagnosis, treatment, and care;
boosting representation of minorities in genomic studies and clinical trials to improve outcomes.
preparing the next generation of diverse scientists to drive scientific innovation in ways we can scarcely imagine today.
Come learn how we're using our best science to ensure everyone has access to advances in cancer prevention, treatment, and cures.
Date: Tuesday, June 15, 2021, at 9 a.m. PDT
How to Attend:
Register online here.
Find more information about the event here.