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Nurses Can Help Mitigate Prostate Cancer Disparities

MAGGIE A. SMITH, DNP, MSN/ED, RN, OCN
Monday, February 18, 2019


Disparities exist across many cancer types, but they are particularly prevalent in patients with prostate cancer, explained Maggie A. Smith, DNP, MSN/Ed, RN, OCN, field medical director in GU Oncology at Pfizer, and Oncology Nursing News contributor. 

African American men have some of the highest incidences and mortality rates from prostate cancer. To address this, oncology nurses can push for more inclusion in clinical trials, and educate their African American patients on the disease and prevention.
 

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