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CSSI on the Road: Empowering Communities with Multi-Cancer Detection Awareness



17 October 2023

Racial and ethnic minorities carry a disproportionate burden of cancer diagnosis and death.

While scientific advancements in cancer screenings have improved patient outcomes and quality of life, cancers without screenings are more likely to be found in the later stages for people who are Black, Hispanic/Latino, or American Indian/Alaska Native.

In an effort to increase awareness and access to multi-cancer early detection testing, we regularly host events around the United States, alongside our local and national partners. We are committed to making a significant impact on the health and well-being of residents in minoritized communities through these events.

Take a look at our new photo galleries now to see what it looks like when we take CSSI on the road!


National Minority Quality Forum is a research and educational organization dedicated to ensuring that high-risk racial and ethnic populations and communities receive optimal health care. This nonprofit, nonpartisan organization integrates data and expertise in support of initiatives to eliminate health disparities.

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