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Ms. Andrea Ryan Senior Director, Planned Giving and Direct Mail Office of Planned Giving Toll free: 800-688-1827 | plannedgiving@mskcc.org plannedgiving.mskcc.org PAGE 4 Americans have not benefited equally from our extraordinary progress in cancer care. Unfortunately, people from historically underserved communities may experience disproportionately higher rates of certain diseases and may have less access to the most advanced cancer treatments. Francesca Gany, MD, MS, has introduced an innovative paradigm for research to help eliminate these disparities. She is Chief of the Immigrant Health and Cancer Disparities (IHCD) Service at Memorial Sloan Kettering. MSK'S IMMIGRANT HEALTH AND CANCER DISPARITIES SERVICE The IHCD Service addresses unequal access to cancer treatment and other healthcare services at the local, national, and global levels. Using a cross-disciplinary, community-engaged approach, Dr. Gany and her colleagues identify key areas of need and provide health education and other services to immigrants and other underserved groups. Like other MSK model programs, the IHCD helps set the standard for similar efforts in the United States and other countries. Under Dr. Gany 's leadership, it will continue to improve cancer prevention and care in disadvantaged communities thanks to strong support from our caring donors. You Can Make a Difference If you wish to further MSK's efforts to eliminate cancer health disparities with your giving, please contact us at plannedgiving@mskcc.org or 800-688-1827. Francesca M. Gany, MD, MS, Chief of the Immigrant Health and Cancer Disparities Service at MSK You can hear directly from Dr. Gany about her important work by viewing her recent Virtual Health Education Seminar on our website: https://plannedgiving.mskcc.org/virtual-hes While you're there, be sure to check out videos featuring other MSK experts and sign up for upcoming seminars. Bridging the Gap: Eliminating Disparities in Cancer Prevention and Care MSK Virtual Seminars

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