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CRCHD Dialogue on Disparities

Find the latest updates, spotlights, and news from CRCHD.

  • Mentor Spotlight: Elva M. Arredondo, PhD
    April 18, 2017, by CRCHD Staff

    Lilian G. Perez, MPH, a fifth-year PhD Candidate, shares how being mentored by Elva M. Arredondo, PhD, a Professor in the Division of Health Promotion and Behavioral Science at San Diego State University, has positively influenced her career development.

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  • Multiple Myeloma Awareness and African American Disparities
    April 13, 2017, by Dr. Shaji Kumar, Dr. Rich Little, & Catasha Davis

    As part of National Minority Cancer Awareness Week, we discuss multiple myeloma, a cancer that disproportionately affect minorities, and awareness of this cancer in African American communities.

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  • Celebrating National Minority Health Month 2017
    April 12, 2017, by NCI Staff

    In recognition of National Minority Health Month, learn more about NCI programs, funding mechanisms, tools, and events that focus on cancer health disparities research, cancer types and disparities, and building a diverse biomedical workforce.

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  • April Spotlight: National Minority Health Month
    April 7, 2017, by Peter Ogunbiyi, Ph.D., D.V.M., DTB Chief

    Each April, we recognize National Minority Health Month and National Minority Cancer Awareness Week. Dr. Peter Ogunbiyi shares how CRCHD’s work is related to the 2017 theme: Bridging Health Equity Across Communities.

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  • Screen to Save Community Spotlight: UT Health San Antonio
    March 28, 2017, by CRCHD & CTRC Staff

    As Screen to Save outreach activities are in progress, CRCHD will highlight education and outreach activities taking place in communities across the country. This week, CRCHD is spotlighting the work of our community health educators at the Cancer Therapy and Research Center of the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.

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