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Social Determinants of Health and Racial Disparities in Cardiac Events in Breast Cancer

Nickolas Stabellini, Mantas Dmukauskas, Marcio S. Bittencourt, Jennifer Cullen, Amie J. Barda, Justin X. Moore, Susan Dent, Husam Abdel-Qadir, Aniket A. Kawatkar, Ambarish Pandey, John Shanahan, Jill S. Barnholtz-Sloan, Kristin A. Waite, Alberto J. Montero, and Avirup Guha

, chemotherapy, hormone therapy, immunotherapy, and radiotherapy) are associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular toxicity, leading to increased CVD morbidity and mortality. 4 , 8 Racial disparities have been reported for both breast cancer and CVD

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Oncologist Perceptions of Racial Disparity, Racial Anxiety, and Unconscious Bias in Clinical Interactions, Treatment, and Outcomes

Alexandrina Balanean, Emily Bland, Ajeet Gajra, Yolaine Jeune-Smith, Andrew J. Klink, Harlen Hays, and Bruce A. Feinberg

conditions by race and geography, specifically structural discrimination, cause racial disparities (variations in care quality and/or outcomes that are not due to clinical factors), 4 and underlying them are racial anxiety (discomfort with experience or

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Keynote Session: Reducing Racial Disparities in Oncology—Recommendations for Implementing Guideline-Adherent Cancer Care

Presented by: Shonta Chambers, Elizabeth Harrington, Lisa A. Lacasse, Robert Winn, and moderated by Alyssa A. Schatz

, research also shows dramatic racial disparities in access to guideline-adherent cancer care—particularly between Black and White patients—although significant cancer disparities also exist in the delivery of care to indigenous and Hispanic communities. 7

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Racial Disparities in End-of-Life Care Among Patients With Prostate Cancer: A Population-Based Study

Firas Abdollah, Jesse D. Sammon, Kaustav Majumder, Gally Reznor, Giorgio Gandaglia, Akshay Sood, Nathanael Hevelone, Adam S. Kibel, Paul L. Nguyen, Toni K. Choueiri, Kathy J. Selvaggi, Mani Menon, and Quoc-Dien Trinh

.9% to 77.7% ( P <.001), and 55.9% to 50.0% ( P <.001) at 12 months, 3 months, and 1 month, respectively, before death. Discussion There is sufficient evidence from prior investigations to support the existence of racial disparities in care among

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Geographic Proximity and Racial Disparities in Cancer Clinical Trial Participation

Norma F. Kanarek, Hua-Ling Tsai, Sharon Metzger-Gaud, Dorothy Damron, Alla Guseynova, Justin F. Klamerus, and Charles M. Rudin

of use of primary care services. 21 In the case of therapeutic trials, racial disparities were observed in the catchment area, with African Americans in the catchment area outside Baltimore City participating less than white persons. This finding may

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Healthcare Access Dimensions and Guideline-Concordant Ovarian Cancer Treatment: SEER-Medicare Analysis of the ORCHiD Study

Mary Katherine Montes de Oca, Lauren E. Wilson, Rebecca A. Previs, Anjali Gupta, Ashwini Joshi, Bin Huang, Maria Pisu, Margaret Liang, Kevin C. Ward, Maria J. Schymura, Andrew Berchuck, and Tomi F. Akinyemiju

guideline-concordant treatment. Racial disparities in receipt of guideline-concordant care have been well described. Black women are less likely to receive care that is concordant with the NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology (NCCN Guidelines) for

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Social Determinants of Health and Cardiac Risk for Patients With Breast Cancer: Beyond Racial Disparities

Matilde Corianò, Matteo Armillotta, and Nicolò Matteo Luca Battisti

potential cardiotoxicity of many BC treatments. Hence, identifying external potentially modifiable factors affecting cardiovascular risk is key to improving outcomes for patients with BC. Racial disparities impact BC outcomes and may partially explain

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EPR22-121: Racial Disparities in Survival Outcomes Among Patients With Appendiceal Cancer

Krista Michelle Wong, Seshma Ramsawak, and Hasan Abuamsha

racial disparity in appendiceal cancer-specific survival exists among appendiceal cancer SEER patients. Further research is needed to address the underlying cause of these disparities in order to improve outcomes. Table: Bivariable and multivariable

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HSR22-161: Racial Disparities in Stage 1 Lung Cancer Treatment

Adam C. Powell, Christopher T Lugo, Jeremy T Pickerell, James W Long, Bryan A Loy, and Amin J Mirhadi

.05). Conclusions : In the homogeneously insured population examined, both unadjusted and adjusted analyses provided no evidence of a Black / White racial disparity in access to lung surgery for Stage 1 lung cancer, or in timeliness of access. HSR22-161 Table

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Impact of Asian Race on Prognosis in De Novo Metastatic Prostate Cancer

Xudong Ni, Michael Luu, Weiwei Ma, Tingwei Zhang, Yu Wei, Stephen J. Freedland, Dingwei Ye, Timothy J. Daskivich, and Yao Zhu

lower than that in white patients. These studies suggest that racial disparities in survival do exist, but they may be affected by multiple factors, including access to care and appropriateness of treatment. In contrast, we found that Asian males had