Same Burden, Different Outcomes


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Black women have a similar disease burden of endometrial cancer compared to White women, but markedly greater mortality rates. Max is joined by Kemi Doll, MD, MCSR, a gynecologic oncologist and health services researcher at the University of Washington in Seattle. They discuss her research, focused on the experiences of Black women with endometrial cancer (also known as uterine cancer). They also discuss shortcomings of the current gynecologic care system, which fails many Black women at different stages of care. Dr Doll created Endometrial Cancer Network for African Americans (ECANA), as a support network for patients. To that effect, they discuss importance of community-based participatory research. Learn more about ECANA at Please subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, SoundCloud or wherever you get your podcast. Follow us on twitter at @FlipScriptPod and @MaxJordan_N

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