Year: 2017

Clinical Oncologists Lead the Movement to Improve Cancer Care for LGBT People

Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) cancer patients (and those who love them) experience extra challenges after diagnosis and continuing many years post treatment. There is research to show that LGBT cancer survivors report lower satisfaction with their cancer care than heterosexual survivors and these differences extend to their quality of life following treatment. ┬áLesbian… Read more »