Year: 2018

Should Doctors Ask Patients About Their Sexual Orientation?

Is the Topic Too Personal? Doctors ask their patients a lot of highly personal questions. They’ll tackle serious topics such as domestic violence and depression, and have no problem asking their patients potentially embarrassing questions about bowel movements and menstrual cycles. But when it comes to gender identity and sexual orientation, many doctors avoid the… Read more »

National LGBT Cancer Network Wins $2.5M Federal Award Expanding State Efforts to Combat Tobacco-Related Cancers in LGBTQ Communities

(New York, NY September 5, 2018) The National LGBT Cancer Network is the newest recipient of a $2.5 million five year award from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to expand resources for their grantees serving LGBTQ people at risk for tobacco-related cancers. “The LGBTQ communities smoke at rates significantly higher than other populations. That… Read more »

Conversation with Stupid Cancer

Matthew Zachary of Stupid Cancer interviews our Executive Director Liz Margolies