Despite advances in multiple myeloma treatment, Black and Hispanic people face unequal outcomes. Here are some reasons why and a way to bring about change.
What do you know about multiple myeloma? Find out with this quiz.
Learn why these disparities exist and what’s necessary to improve them.
Multiple myeloma affects people of color at a greater rate than white Americans, but they don’t receive the same care. Here are some of the reasons why.
This is one of many factors that affect multiple myeloma’s impact on minorities.
Race impacts when multiple myeloma is diagnosed, the time until treatment, and what treatments you’re offered. Here’s why -- and what you can do about it.
Multiple myeloma impacts Black people at twice the rate of white people and at a younger age. What are the scientific reasons for these differences?
Black people are twice as likely to die from multiple myeloma as white people. Find out why, and how early care can help Black people with MM live longer.
Angela Godoy is in remission from multiple myeloma and relies on her support system and yoga practice to find her calm.