Access to potentially life-saving mammograms is more difficult for women who face social determinants of health such as low-income, lack of transportation or the inability to take time off from work.

In Dallas, Parkland Hospital & Health System is focused on reducing cancer disparities by addressing these health-related social needs. Listen to the AHA podcast for more on their efforts.

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