‘One piece of the puzzle’: Exploring differences in medical care for black and white children with autism

Peter Hess | 
Black children with autism who are hospitalized for psychiatric problems are more impaired than their white peers, according to a ...
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Are highly educated people more likely to get cancer? Or just more likely to get tested?

Anne Lise Stranden | 
A person’s socioeconomic status plays a role in the type of cancer they might get, the Cancer Registry researchers found ...
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Emerging field of ‘social genomics’ comes with ethical, societal risks: ‘Who’s going to benefit?’

David Adam | 
By looking at the genomes of people living in former coal-mining areas, [geneticist Abdel Abdellaoui] has found genetic signatures associated ...

Viewpoint: Cancer rates are falling, but ‘our work is not done’

Jamie Wells | 
While it can be tempting to celebrate cancer rate decline, it's important to see that cancer outcomes correlate with an ...
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