The Atlantic will explore what the health-care system is doing to improve health outcomes for all Americans across race, age, gender and sexual orientation.
The Atlantic will gather leading experts to explore the equity of cancer care and what the oncology community is doing to improve outcomes and survivorship for all Americans.
What does it mean to live with cancer today?
What does it mean to live with cancer during a global pandemic?
What can be done to make cancer care more equitable?
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Living with cancer is hard enough. A pandemic makes matters worse.