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Unequal Footing: The Challenges Black Millennials Face in Health Care in 2020 and What Can Lead to Equally Positive Change

By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ What’s the COVID-19 pandemic been like for you? Your answer likely depends on where you live, your economic status, and your race or ethnicity. As one of the most technologically advanced generations of our time, we are constantly hearing about COVID-19’s effects. One takeaway message: marginalized groups—people with less access

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10 Things to Know About Millennial Cancer Survivors, Patients, and Friendship

By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ Cancer and millennials. It’s a combination that can be hard to fathom. But for some millennials and their friends, it’s a reality. While millennials are known for appearing young and healthy on the outside, there are many among us who are either currently undergoing treatment or who already hold the

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