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Health Disparities Resources


CRCHD Reports

  • CRCHD Annual Report
    Outlines CRCHD's programs, selected projects, investigators, and partnerships.
  • The CURE Paradigm: Enhancing Workforce Diversity
    Describes the Continuing Umbrella of Research Experiences (CURE) training program.
  • CURE Infographic
    Visually lays out each career stage of the CURE pipeline, highlights specific successes of the program, and provides concrete ways for interested parties to become involved as a CURE scholar.
  • Excess Cervical Cancer Mortality: A Marker for Low Access to Health Care in Poor Communities
    Compilation of recommendations from the more than 180 multidisciplinary experts who participated in the Cervical Cancer Mortality Project convened by NCI’s Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities. These recommendations explore the components of the cervical cancer problem, identify critical needs, and suggest actions to meet those needs.

NIH/NCI Reports

Other Select Reports

Plans & Budgets

Fact Sheets

CRCHD General

CRCHD Programs and Initiatives

CRCHD Funding/Training

NCI Disparities

NIH/NCI Tools & Datasets

NIH/NCI Cancer Health Disparities Research Programs

The following programs and organizations help support NCI’s mission to reduce and eliminate cancer health disparities. Check out the About NCI page for a complete listing of NCI’s organizations.

Additional Resources for Researchers

Resources for Patients and Families

The following are useful links for patients and families seeking information about cancer and cancer care for racially and ethnically diverse audiences. Find additional resources for patients and families on the NCI Cancer Topics page or in NCI Publications.

Breast Cancer

Cervical Cancer

Colorectal Cancer

Lung Cancer

Prostate Cancer

Clinical Trials

Coping and Survivorship

African Americans

Hispanics & Latinos

Links to more than 160 resources in Spanish, including fact sheets, patient education booklets/pamphlets, videos, technical reports, and meeting summaries. Visit NCI Espanol for more information in Spanish.

Native American