publication date: Nov. 9, 2018
Conversation with The Cancer Letter Brawley: “I started out talking about black-and-white disparities, and now I write papers talking about state-by-state disparities”
Former chief medical and scientific officer, American Cancer Society
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The other day, I opened up my copy of The New York Times and I said, “Hmmm… Otis tried to transition to a new job in an orderly manner, but the Times broke the story.” Can you talk about this?
Yeah. I was a bit surprised about the story myself. I should just say that there are a number of people at the American Cancer Society whom I respect and hold dear, and I wish them well as I start a new phase of my career.
I guess we really should have started with the disclosure slide. We’ve been friends for more than 25 years, we’ve written a book together, we may write another book together. And I did try, … Continue reading Brawley: “I started out talking about black-and-white disparities, and now I write papers talking about state-by-state disparities”
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