David Tom Cooke, MD, on Lung Cancer Disparities Among Minority Groups

In this video, David Tom Cooke, MD, talks about how lung cancer screening and treatment rates among minority groups are lower than those among their White counterparts, as well as how to bridge the gaps.

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David Tom Cooke, MD, is the head of the Section of General Thoracic Surgery, vice chair for Faculty Development & Wellness, task-force chair of the Comprehensive Lung Cancer Screening Program, associate director of the Cardiothoracic Robotics Program, and associate professor at UC Davis Health in Sacramento, California. He also is a national spokesperson volunteer for the American Lung Association.

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