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Black Americans less likely to get early CRC treatment

Black Americans are 17% more likely to die of colon cancer compared with white Americans and are 10% less likely to have surgery or chemotherapy, according to a study published in JAMA Network Open. CRC is disproportionately detected later among Black patients, and concerns about treatment costs and other social determinants of health may also play a role, the study suggests.

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