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Clinical Interests

    Genetic Counseling
    Cancer Genetics

Education

Medical School

Virginia Commonwealth University

Certification

American Board of Genetic Counseling

Fellowship

Virginia Commonwealth University

Locations

VCU Medical Center North Hospital

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1300 E. Marshall Street
Richmond, VA 23219

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NCI-funded project aims to reduce racial disparities in cancer genetic counseling

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A project led by Virginia Commonwealth University researchers and funded last month by the National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institutes of Health, aims to reduce racial cancer disparities in the United States by studying what happens during the genetic counseling process that results in different outcomes for Black and white patients. According to data from the NCI, patients who are Black/African American have higher death rates than all other racial and ethnic groups for many...

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