Housing discrimination has been associated with higher risk of poorer health outcomes including miscarriage, preterm births, mental illness, cardiovascular disease, and some types of cancer. The American Cancer Society (ACS) is prepared to launch an innovative research study that will examine how housing discrimination influences the numerous known factors that contribute to cancer disparities among low-income communities and communities of color. The results of this study will allow ACS and others to identify actionable steps to help mitigate negative health outcomes and advance health equity.
Join John Alfonso, CPA, CGMA, Partner, Not-for-Profit & Education Industry Leader, CohnReznick, and Chair of the Board of Directors, American Cancer Society; Beth Mullen, CPA, Partner, Affordable Housing Industry Leader, CohnReznick; and Dr. Alpa Patel, Senior Vice President, Population Science at ACS, as they provide a brief overview of the study and information about how your support can help make this cutting-edge research a reality.
Please note the webinar will be played through your web browser. Speakers or a headset is required.
Recorded on: November 18, 2021