14th AACR Virtual Conference on The Science of Cancer Health Disparities in Racial/Ethnic Minorities and the Medically Underserved



This conference advances the understanding of, and ultimately helps to eliminate, the disparities that represent a major public health problem in the US. Reflecting this transdisciplinary field, professionals from academic, industry, government, and the community are brought together to promote the exchange of novel ideas, discuss the latest findings in the field, and stimulate the development of new research on cancer health disparities.

On the agenda:

  • Artificial Intelligence for the New Frontier of Cancer Health Disparities Research
  • Cancer Health Disparities in Hispanics Communities
  • EGFR Mutations in Lung Cancer in Patients from Latin America
  • Liver Cancer and Differences Across Hispanic Groups: Importance of Disaggregation in Understanding Cancer Disparities
  • Building Biobanks in Nigeria with Breast and Colorectal Cancers: Challenges in Doing This, Benefits in Having One, and How to Overcome Barriers
  • Heterogeneity Within the Asian and Pacific Islander Diaspora: Focusing on Diversity to Understand Cancer Determinants
  • Epidemiology and Sociodemographic Overview: What We Know so Far
  • Bias and Stereotyping in Recruiting for Cancer Clinical Trials
  • Cancer Health Disparities Exposome: From the Zip Code to Genetic Code
  • Obesity and Neighborhood Redlining: Potential Synergism in Understanding Breast Cancer Mortality Disparities
  • Addressing Cancer Health Disparities Among Indigenous Communities
  • Molecular Features Contributing to Liver Carcinogenesis in the Hispanic Population
  • Structural Interventions to Reduce and Eliminate Disparities in Liver Cancer
29 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ - maximum

29 ABIM MOC points


October 6-8, 2021


Virtual Conference