The Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center (HICCC) at Columbia University, through its landmark studies on early onset breast cancer and breast cancer in New York City area including the Breast Cancer Family Registry, commits to partnering with Black women and their communities to investigate, identify and address disparities in breast cancer incidence, treatment, and outcomes.
The HICCC, through the efforts of its Office of Community Outreach and Engagement (COE) and its Community Advisory Board (CAB), commits to identifying and addressing disparities in incidence, treatment, and outcomes in communities across the New York City region and collaborating with community organizations to develop meaningful partnerships for effective outreach.
HICCC, through its Office of Diversity and Inclusion, commits to engaging and educating staff, promoting continued conversations, and actively addressing systemic racism and inequities in the workplace.
HICCC commits to provide state of the art treatment and access to clinical trials to women in our community through our National Cancer Institute’s Minority and Underserved Community Oncology Research Program (MU-NCORP)
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