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Patients who identify as transgender less likely to be screened for cancer, study finds

Patients who identify as transgender are less likely to be screened for cancer, suggests a new study from St. Michael’s Hospital, which also explores how doctors can address the disparity. The study assessed screening rates for cervical, breast, and colorectal cancer among 120 transgender patients eligible for screening and compared these with screening rates among the cisgender (i.e. non-transgender) patient population at the St. Michael’s Hospital Academic Family Health Team.
Jan 25 / 2019

Faculty Members Recognized for Excellence in MD Teaching

The University of Toronto Department of Family and Community Medicine (DFCM) wishes to acknowledge the 94 faculty members who have been awarded an MD Program Teaching Award for Excellence.
Jan 9 / 2019
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