Editorials

June 28, 2022

Unconscious Bias Among Physicians Creates Obstacles to Genetic Counseling and Testing For Black Women with Breast Cancer

A nationwide survey found that doctors’ beliefs and practices regarding genetic counseling and testing varied by race
March 24, 2022

Come Again? Communicating Clearly About Risk of Recurrence After Early-Stage Breast Cancer

Mary Lou Smith and colleagues at the Research Advocacy Network recently explored how well patients with early-stage breast cancer understand risk of their cancer coming back
September 20, 2021

The Language of (Lung) Cancer

A new language guide encourages respect, eliminates blame, and promotes health equity
June 24, 2021

Advocacy and the NCI’s National Clinical Trials Network

Advocates play an important role in each of the NCTN groups, helping to inform the design and implementation of clinical trials