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Cancer seems to strike all manner of people without discrimination. But recent research shows that race and class play a big role in who gets proper screenings and how well they survive if cancer does strike. We talk with UNLV Sociologist Shannon Monnat about her research showing that minority women are more likely to die from cancer and have fewer screenings than white women.

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