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Religious Restrictions on Women's Health Referrals
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Current Diabetes Screening Practices Fall Short for Asian Americans' Risk Level
Asian Americans are at an elevated risk of type 2 diabetes, but current screening practices may not be catching it. In this study, CHAS Fellows Elbert Huang and Kao-Ping Chua discovered Asian Americans were the least likely racial and ethnic group to (More)
Closing the Gap in Breast Cancer Care
When compared to white women, African American women are less likely to be diagnosed by breast cancer, but more likely to die from it. Moreover, decreases in national rates of breast cancer-related mortality have historically been seen in white p (More)
Intimate Partner Violence, HIV, and Migration
Previous studies have documented the relationship between intimate partner violence victimization and increased risk of HIV in women. It is also known that migrant women are disproportionately affected by these co-occurring problems, but few have exp (More)
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