Expert Video - Why is lung cancer diagnosed at a later stage among Black Americans compared to other Americans?

Dr. Janine Harewood, a medical oncologist based in Fort Myers, Florida, discusses how lung cancer can be a "silent disease" in Black Americans and why Black people are often diagnosed later with lung cancer. She discusses Black-White disparities in lung cancer screening, health insurance and Black Americans, and other social and economic factors in lung cancer among Black people.

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