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”

Official headshot for Otis Brawley, MD, MACP, FASCO, FACE, American Cancer Society Chief Medical and Scientific Officer

Otis Brawley

Former chief medical and scientific officer, American Cancer Society

 

Listen to this conversation: 

 

Paul Goldberg:

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?

Otis Brawley:

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.

 

PG:

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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