Prevent Cancer Foundation Blog

Cancer Prevention in 7 Languages: Spotlight on 2014 Community Grantee

Posted by Lisa Berry on December 17th, 2014 | No Comments »
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Community Outreach - Thanks to a Prevent Cancer Foundation 2014 community grant, several groups of underserved women in New Hampshire will learn about basic cancer facts, the latest cancer screening guidelines and how to access low-cost screening programs. Community presentations will be available in seven different languages: Spanish, Nepali, Portuguese, Arabic, Swahili, American Sign Language and English.

Dialogue For Action Registration is open!

Posted by Lisa BerryLisa Berry on December 16th, 2014 | No Comments »
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Conferences - Registration for the 2015 Dialogue For Action™: Expanding Access Through Innovation is now open! This can’t-miss cancer screening conference will focus on increasing access to health care, technology, big data, patient engagement and more. Our dynamic speakers will lead you through state-of-the art presentations and answer your questions—and you will have plenty of opportunities to mix and mingle with them and your fellow participants.

Building on opportunities in cancer research

Posted by Elizabeth HofflerElizabeth Hoffler on December 11th, 2014 | No Comments »

Advocacy - The Prevent Cancer Foundation was pleased to attend the Capitol Hill briefing “Building on Opportunities in Cancer Research” on December 10, 2014. Sponsored by the Senate Cancer Coalition and One Voice Against Cancer (OVAC), of which the Foundation is a member. The briefing focused on the opportunities in cancer research as well as the challenges in the coming year, as we stand at a critical juncture for the future of cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and ...

Healthy at the holidays

Posted by Monique Smaby on December 10th, 2014 | 1 Comment »
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Healthy Eating - Seasonal food, drinks and parties are some of the most fun traditions of the holiday season. But come January 1st, many of you will be putting eating healthfully at the top of your New Year’s resolution list after making poor food choices or overeating all December. There is still time before the end of the year to get a head start on the New Year and make healthy choices, while still enjoying seasonal treats. Eating ...