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ezcema and ethnic skin

Dr. Andrew F. Alexis Talks Eczema and Ethnic Skin With MDNewsline

MDNewsline recently interviewed international skin of color expert and dermatologist Dr. Andrew F. Alexis about treating eczema in patients of color. Dr. Alexis is...
cancer, molecular, genetic testing

Dr. Talia Wegman Talks Genetic & Molecular Testing in Latinx Cancer Patients

MDNewsline recently interviewed international cancer researcher Dr. Talia Wegman to discuss the importance of molecular and genetic testing and cancer in Latinx patients. Dr...

Multiple Sclerosis & COVID-19

Message from the National MS Society: We are closely watching the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and taking action as we all move through this uncharted territory....

Physicians & Healthcare Workers Around the Country Petition For Personal Protective Equipment During...

Physicians on the front line are petitioning for more Personal Protective Equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic. In a Change.org petition with nearly 500,000 signatures...

CDC’s Interim Guidance for Public Health Personnel Evaluating Persons Under Investigation (PUIs) and Asymptomatic...

As part of the risk assessment and public health management of persons with potential COVID-19, public health personnel will typically conduct interviews and assess...
Latinos More Likely to be Under-Treated For Prostate Cancer in State of California

Latinos More Likely to be Under-Treated For Prostate Cancer in State of California

A 2018 study from the state of California found that the state’s Latino population was less likely to receive guideline recommended definite treatment for...

Improving Awareness of Peripheral Artery Disease

Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a progressive atherosclerotic disease in which one or more peripheral arteries, typically in the lower limbs, are partially or...
video

MD Newsline: Injecting Cultural Competency Into Your Practice

Dr. Pete Thomas and Dr. Janelle Hadley discuss tips and strategies to successfully inject cultural competency into your health practice to improve patient satisfaction...

Progressive MS Cognitive Decline Isn’t As Inevitable As Previously Believed

A new study is claiming that neurological decline in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) may not be as inevitable as previously thought. The study, “A...

Minorities with Multiple Sclerosis Have Higher Antibody-Secreting Cells Than White Patients

Latinx and Black multiple sclerosis (MS) patients have a higher number of disease-associated antibody-secreting cells in their blood compared to those who identify as...