Food Insecurity and Receipt of SNAP Benefits Among Pediatric Patients With ALL
Posted: 02/13/2023 | By: Chase Doyle

Food insecurity is an adverse social determinant of health prevalent among pediatric patients with cancer which is associated with poorer health outcomes in general pediatrics. A recent study aimed to prospectively collect parent-reported social determinants of health, including income, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) receipt, and food insecurity among pediatric patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL).

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Which of the following are targets for health equity interventions to address adverse social determinants of health and improve cancer outcomes?

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