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“Financial Toxicity and Cancer in America”

Fumiko Chino, assistant attending radiation oncologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, is a leading researcher in financial toxicity, motivated by the personal experience of her late husband’s cancer journey.

Members of the Case Western Reserve University community are invited to attend a talk by Chino titled “Financial Toxicity and Cancer in America” Thursday, May 18, from noon to 1 p.m. in the Wolstein Research Building auditorium.

Chino will discuss how financial toxicity disproportionately affects populations made vulnerable by structural racism, the effects of financial toxicity, and potential solutions to financial toxicity on a policy, provider, and patient level.

Register to attend this session.

This event is part of the Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence’s Conversations on JUSTICE 22-23 Inequities in Healthcare series. It is held in partnership with University Hospitals’ Radiation Oncology program.