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Alma Lopez: Better Health Through a Breast Cancer Clinical Trial

Breast cancer is the top cause of death for Latinas. But Alma Lopez has been a breast cancer survivor for more than 15 years. She believes participating in a clinical trial at UT Health San Antonio helped her get better treatment ...
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Report: The Relationship between Climate Change and Health Equity
Climate change is an ongoing environmental dilemma that threatens the health of all people. Yet, research has shown that ...
Comment Now: Tell HHS How to Improve Healthcare for Latinos!
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Comment Now: Tell HHS How to Improve Healthcare for Latinos!
As part of its draft Strategic Plan for 2022-2026, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is looking for feedback ...
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Report: 1 in 5 Latino Youth Have Obesity
One in six U.S. youth have obesity, but the issue is worse among Latinos and other youth of color, according to a new report ...
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Survey: Childcare, Logistics Hold Back Latinas from Breast Cancer Clinical Trials
Simple logistics—availability, childcare, and time—stop some Latinas and other women of color from volunteering for ...
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Inside the U.S. Government’s New Investment in Latino Education
Education is critical in childhood development, yet Latino kids across the U.S. face systemic injustices in their schools ...
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Been in a Clinical Trial? We Want to Share Your Story!
Are you Latino? Have you participated in a clinical trial related to Alzheimer’s or cancer? If so, we want to talk ...