Study highlights why LGBTQ+ people may be at greater risk for cancer

From PBS NewsHour.

A first-of-its-kind report from the American Cancer Society is shedding new light on cancer risks for LGBTQ+ people. It found that some LGBTQ+ populations are more likely to have cancer risk factors, less likely to be screened for certain types of cancer, and face barriers to high-quality health care. John Yang speaks with Dr. William Dahut, chief scientific officer for the ACS, to learn more.

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