Researchers Projected 142% Rise in Latino Cancer by 2030
Amelie Ramirez, Dr.P.H., co-editor of the book said, “Our book, Advancing the Science of Cancer in Latinos, takes an unprecedented look at Latino cancer from many disciplines to encourage the kind of collaboration among diverse professionals that we need to move the field forward.”
Dr. Ramirez is a professor in our Translational Science Ph.D. program. The book draws its name from Advancing the Science of Cancer in Latinosconference that brought 300 researchers to San Antonio in 2018. The results of the said conference are presented in the book including the strategies for new research covering the entire cancer continuum, from advances in risk assessment, prevention, screening, detection, diagnosis, treatment, survivorship and policy.
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