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Ms. Barbara Kivimae Krimgold

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  • M.D. She
  • bachelor's degree
    Harvard College
  • master's program
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Barbara Krimgold, ..., 17 Sept 2015 [cached]
Barbara Krimgold, Center for the Advancement of Health
Women, 3 Feb 2009 [cached]
According to Barbara Krimgold, director of the health disparities project at the Center for the Advancement of Health, there appear to be four broad reasons why black women have higher mortality rates from breast cancer, even though white women have a higher incidence.
So you frequently get less aggressive treatment, and it's sometimes less awareness on the part of the patients and probably unconscious discrimination in most cases on the part of providers, who don't seem to act as quickly or as aggressively in treating their black patients," Krimgold says.
"When we compare the U.S. to other countries, we see the U.S. hovering around 20th among all industrialized nations for almost all health status indicators: infant mortality, life expectancy and potential years of life lost prematurely," Krimgold says.
KBXX Health Center, 17 Jan 2002 [cached]
It's true at every stage of life," said Barbara Krimgold, director of the Scholars in Health Disparities program at the Center for the Advancement for Health."In addition, race is inextricably intertwined with economic status but has an additional impact on health status, such that at every income level blacks have worse health and health care than their white counterparts."
In general, minorities, especially blacks, have higher rates of illness and death, and less access to the type of care that could help them.
National Press Club -- WHAT: The Record, 30 Oct 2010 [cached]
The Forum, which will be held from 9:30-11 a.m., will be moderated by Barbara Krimgold, Deputy Director of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Investigator Awards in Health Policy Research Program.
National Press Club -- WHAT: The Record, 13 Sept 2001 [cached]
Barbara Krimgold of the NPC Forums Committee will moderate the panel.
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