Amelie G. Ramirez
Amelie G. Ramirez, Dr.P.H.

Chair, Department of Population Health Sciences,

professor of epidemiology and biostatistics,

The Dielmann Chair in Health Disparities Research and Community Outreach,

director, Institute for Health Promotion Research,

UT Health San Antonio

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ClinicalTrials & Tribulations
Having cancer as a Latino in the United States has important implications potentially related to risk of carcinogenesis, knowledge of cancer prevention, access to cancer screening, therapy timing and choices, and access to good supportive/palliative or survivorship care.
ClinicalFreeTrials & Tribulations
Diversity is to be celebrated in our society as enriching our experiences, our cultures and the richness of our lives. Diversity within the context of cancer care and research has appropriately grown to include considerations of diversity of race, ethnic heritage, age, gender, and experiences.