KCHC Discusses Colorectal Cancer Screening on CBS 58

A grant from Kohl’s Healthy Families is helping target vulnerable populations in under-resourced communities in the Kenosha & Racine areas to improve access to colorectal cancer screening and, if necessary, follow-up care. Dr. Nicole Mubanga the Chief Medical Officer for KCHC recently shared more about these efforts on CBS 58.



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