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High Rate of Advanced Colon Cancer Found Among African-Americans in Washington DC's Ward 5

MedStar Washington Hospital Center launched its "Colon Cancer Prevention in the Neighborhood" program, part of the White House's Cancer Moonshot. The program focuses on African-Americans in Washington, D.C.'s Ward 5 neighborhood, to increase early detection and prevention of colon cancer.
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