Background: Transgender, gender-nonconforming, and nonbinary (TGNCNB) cancer survivors experience worse overall health, quality of life, and greater distress; are underserved regarding supportive services; perceive discrimination in health care; and report less satisfaction with
Background: Cancer outcome disparities exist among Black, Indigenous, and people of color despite advancements in screening, detection, and treatment. In addition to racial and ethnic diversity, the U.S.
Background: Health disparities affect cancer incidence, treatment decisions, and adverse effects. Oncology providers may hold biases in the decision-making process, which can perpetuate health disparities.