Health Rewind: Is Diagnosing Someone With “Ghetto Booty” Offensive?

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Are Black Men With Cancer Receiving Worse Follow Up Care?

Older African-American and Latino male cancer survivors are less likely to seek preventative care for other illnesses, researchers from Wake Forest found. A new study suggests that these men were less likely to see their primary physician, seek specialty care and receive both the flu and pneumonia vaccines, says a university press release(Photo: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

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