SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- UC Davis Cancer Center experts are available to discuss cancer-related health disparities affecting ethnic and racial minorities in the United States. Experts can talk about:
- Cancer as the leading cause of death for Asian Americans
- Cultural beliefs about cancer among American Indians
- Promoting cancer awareness with "promotoras"
- Grocery gap: Lack of fresh fruits and vegetables as a risk factor for cancer
- Smoking and cancer mortality in African Americans and Asian Americans
To interview an expert, please contact Claudia Morain at firstname.lastname@example.org or 916-734-9023.
CANCER AS THE LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH FOR ASIAN AMERICANS
Asian Americans are the only ethnic group in the nation for whom cancer is the leading cause of death. Moon S. Chen, Jr., associate director for cancer disparities and research at UC Davis Cancer and a professor of …