Chadwick Boseman die
Chadwick Boseman died on 28th August 2020 due to colorectal cancer. Two weeks ago, however, he watched the film “Black Panther“ for the second time. Boseman‘s most famous role and the next day made a doctor‘s appointment. Jenkins’s physician in Indianapolis had implored him to be tested. His well-wishers praised him for his good qualities. His friends and family always be together with him.
He was fearless and faced the circumstances with a strong heart. His friends said that “he played in a movie very well although he had cancer.” He looked great, but unfortunately, he had gone. He was under 50 when he died, yes, it’s true, but nobody can’t do anything. He was an adult just, only 43. Black doctors had hoped it would be an inflection point for black people. Black men, in particular, get screened for colon cancer. The treatable diseases if discovered in times.
There was much news published at that time. There was some fact and some rumors in their report. The doctors who spoke to NBC News said that more black men in their practices are being screened for colorectal cancer since Boseman’s death. Still, there is no quantifiable data to discern whether Black men overall have increased screening.
According to some collectible data, black people are 20 percent more likely to get colon cancer than any other race. One can cancer society reports that one is a percentage likely to die from it. They are more likely to have an advanced stage of colon cancer when diagnosed and have a shorter life span after diagnosis. Other reports related to this issue also have the same opinion.
Dana Farber cancer institute in Boston factors also considered the high rate of colorectal cancer in black people, including lower screening rates, structural racism, social determinants of health, and complex obtaining available treatment, among others. This disease can be treated if the affected person knows about it. He faced all this pain with courage. Nobothink’t thinks to see his face as he had cancer.