Virtual Harper Lecture: Changing the Future of Cancer Health Disparities, with Kunle Odunsi
Spring Harper Lecture #1: Kunle Odunsi
Virtual Harper Lecture: Changing the Future of Cancer Health Disparities
Faculty Lecturer: Kunle Odunsi
Moderator: Blase Polite
Cancer can strike anyone, but not all populations are affected the same. While remarkable progress in research and care offers new hope to those affected by cancer, we know that many populations within the United State and around the globe still shoulder a disproportionate burden of the disease. Kunle Odunsi, director of the University of Chicago Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Center, shares his vision for how UChicago Medicine is uniquely positioned to advance cancer health equity across the city, the country, and beyond.
Part of the UChicago Alumni and Friends Harper Lecture Spring 2022 Series. Originally broadcast on May 11, 2022
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