March 6, 2023
Tag: Katherine Reeder-Hayes
February 6, 2023
MD Edge: Race and geography tied to breast cancer care delays
January 25, 2023
Race and geography linked to different risks of breast cancer treatment delays
A study led by Katherine Reeder-Hayes, MD, MBA, MS, found that Black patients and patients living in certain regions experience greater delays.
January 24, 2023
HealthDay: Geographic Region Linked to Breast Cancer Treatment Delay
September 13, 2022
Specific sequence of drugs reduces cost of treating metastatic breast cancer while preserving quality of life
Researchers developed three different computer models to predict how a hypothetical set of patients with specific types of metastatic breast cancer would respond to different sequences and types of chemotherapy.
August 30, 2022
UNC Lineberger awards $1.1 million in developmental research grants
UNC Lineberger awarded 17 developmental research grants totaling nearly $1.1 million to faculty during the spring 2022 award cycle.
November 16, 2021
N.C. Health News: Cancer health care workers in NC discuss the best way to achieve equity in care – and the answer could lie in Raleigh
December 2, 2020
ACS/Pfizer grant funds research into racial disparities in breast cancer care quality in North Carolina
Katherine Reeder-Hayes, MD, MSc, MBA, and Stephanie Wheeler, PhD, MPH, have received a two-year, nearly $400,000 grant from to address racial disparities in breast cancer care quality in North Carolina.
September 21, 2020
Study: Black women with breast cancer experience delayed, longer treatment than whites
One in seven black women with breast cancer had delays in starting treatment according to a study led by UNC Lineberger researchers Melissa Troester, PhD, and Marc Emerson, PhD.
April 21, 2020
Study reveals communication gap between women, doctors about breast cancer treatment symptoms
Kirsten Nyrop, PhD, Hyman Muss, MD, and colleagues compared how women with breast cancer rated the severity of 17 of their own symptoms with physician ratings of chemotherapy toxicity.