Cancer mortality rates in the U.S. continue to drop, but not for everyone.
According to the American Cancer Society’s annual statistics report, the cancer death rate is 20 percent higher in the nation’s poorest compared to the affluent between 2011-2016.
Today on All Sides, the socioeconomic inequality in cancer.
- Anna Fetzer, Senior Manager, Primary Care Systems for the American Cancer Society
- Christin Brown, Director, Columbus Cancer Clinic
- Dr. Darrell Gray, Deputy Director of the Center for Health Equity, The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center