Medicine must stop using race and ethnicity to interpret test results

Through Layal Liverpool and Jennifer Tsai Roberto Cigna SHOULD your race or ethnicity affect the prescription you get from your doctor? Both are still used in medicine to interpret test results and guide treatment decisions, but the evidence is questionable and the approach could cause serious harm. Medical guidelines in the US, UK and elsewhere … Read more

Clinical Trials, Mental Health and Digital Therapy

In the breast cancer treatment paradigm, precision medicine and emerging therapies have created new avenues to address the physical burden of disease. However, difficulties in accessing these innovative therapies and interventions for the mental aspects of diagnosis remain significantly unmet, particularly in underserved communities across the country, according to experts interviewed by The American Journal … Read more