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At the GW Cancer Center, we believe we have a responsibility to work toward health equity. Whether at the patient’s bedside or crunching data in a lab, connection with the communities we serve forms the foundation of everything we do.
That’s why we chose “re:connect” as the theme of this issue — it’s part of our mission to listen, understand, and address many of the problems that are unique to our region so that, ultimately, we see progress against cancer at a population level. Read Full Magazine