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Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science

Kevin C. Heslin, Ph.D., Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science

Caption: Dr. Kevin Heslin's research found gay and bisexual black men are less likely to be tested for prostate cancer than men of any other racial and ethnic backgrounds regardless of their sexual orientation.

Credit: Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science

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