2021 Virtual Prevent Cancer Dialogue Toolkit

2021 Virtual Prevent Cancer Dialogue Toolkit

General Dialogue Documents

Workshop Video Content and Materials

Included below are the full session recordings accompanied by slides and additional resources from speakers who provided them.

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Webcast 1: Innovations in Cancer Prevention

Webcast 2: Innovations in Early Detection of Cancer

Webcast 3: Progress and Challenges in Cancer Screening

Webcast 1: Innovations in Cancer Prevention

Keynote: The Digital Revolution Comes to Healthcare and Public Health

Garth Graham, MD, MPH, FACP, FACC, Director and Global Head, Healthcare and Public Health Google, and Head, YouTube Health

[Session video and slides not available]

Breathing throughout the Day: How to Link Breath to Movement With the Perspective of Indigenous Yoga  

Analisa Garcia-Rockbridge, Mother of Sage Yoga

Panel: Challenges and Opportunities for Primary Prevention of Cancer

One Text at a Time: Promoting Smoking Cessation among Latinos
Francisco Cartujano, MD, University of Rochester Cancer
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Prevention with Mobile Messaging: Applications in Melanoma and Tobacco
Darren Mays, PhD, MPH, The Ohio State University
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Following a Moving Target: Policy Issues in Addressing Emerging Tobacco Products
Minal Patel, PhD, MPH, Truth Initiative

Community-Level Presentations: Cancer Prevention Programs

Sharing Our Success in Vaccinating American Indians and Alaska Natives against HPV-Related Cancers in the Warm Spring IHS Service Area
Marc R. Mason, RN, Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs (OR)

Partnerships to Encourage Colorectal Cancer Prevention in Public Housing in Upstate New York
Linda J. Veit, MPH, SUNY Upstate Medical University
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Prevenir es Vencer: Encouraging Cancer Prevention in an Indigenous Community
Norma Gomez, Mixteco/Indígena Community Organizing Project (MICOP)
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Webcast 2: Innovations in Early Detection of Cancer

Welcome & Panel: Innovations in Cancer Screening

Strategies for Cost-Effective Interventions for Cervical Cancer Screening in Low-Resource Areas
Ophira Ginsburg, MD, MSc, FRCPC, New York University Langone Health
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Increasing Access to Lung Cancer Screening for American Indians in South Dakota
Daniel Petereit, MD, FASTRO, Cancer Care Institute at Monument Health (Rapid City, South Dakota)
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Improving Follow-Up of Positive Stool-Based Tests with Timely Colonoscopies in Community Health Centers
Gloria D. Coronado, PhD, Center for Health Research, Kaiser Permanente
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Impact of COVID-19 on State and Local Public Health Efforts in Cancer Screening & Prevention

Weathering the COVID Storm: Impact on National, State and Local Public Health Efforts Now and in the Future
Marcus Plescia, MD, MPH, Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO)
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Resources: Public health strengths | A new normal | We Stand with Public Health

Sponsored Content by GRAIL

MCED Technology & Improving Cancer Detection in the Population
Joshua Ofman, MD, Chief Medical Officer and Head of External Affairs, GRAIL

Community-Level Presentations: Cancer Screening

A Peer Response to Hepatitis C in Persons Who Inject Drugs in Rural Virginia and West Virginia
Lawson Koeppel, MSW, Virginia Harm Reduction Coalition
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Using Technology to Achieve Timely Diagnostic Colonoscopy
Manasi Jayaprakash, MD, MPH, Center for Asian Health Equity, UChicago Medicine
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Developing a State-Wide Shared Vision for Lung Cancer Screening in West Virginia
Shelly Dusic, MA, West Virginia Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program, West Virginia University Cancer Institute
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Webcast 3: Progress and Challenges in Cancer Screening

Welcome & Panel: Genetics and Genomics in Public Health

What You’ve Always Wanted to Know about Genetics and Genomics in Cancer Prevention and Early Detection
Heather Hampel, MS, CGC, The Ohio State University
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How Does Lung Cancer Develop in Never-Smokers? Looking for Answers in Genomic Sequencing
Alice Berger, PhD, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
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Resources: Why are never-smokers getting lung cancer | Lung cancer rates decreasing in women more slowly than men

Evidence that Sharing Genetic Test Results with People at High Risk of Melanoma Motivates Behavior Change
Sancy Leachman, MD, PhD, Oregon Health and Science University, and Lisa Aspinwall, PhD, Cancer Control and Population Sciences Huntsman Cancer Institute
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Today’s Colorectal Cancer Screening Challenge: Addressing the Intersection of COVID-related screening declines, health disparities and a lowered screening age
Paul Limburg, MD, MPH, AGAF, Chief Medical Officer, Screening and Durado Brooks, MD, MPH, Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Screening

Panel: Frontiers in Cancer Screening

A Sequence of Trials for the Early Detection of Ovarian Cancer
Steven J. Skates, PhD, Mass General Hospital and Harvard Medical School

Now that We Can Walk, Are We Ready to Run? From Single-Cancer to Multi-Cancer Early Detection
Ruth Etzioni, PhD, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
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Health Economics of Multi-Cancer Blood Testing
Sue Horton, PhD, University of Waterloo
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2021 Cancer Prevention Laurels Awards Presentation

2021 Laurel Award for Health Equity: Dr. Tsu-Yin Wu 
2021 Laurel Award for Dedication to Community Service: Ify Anne Nwabukwu 
2021 Laurel Award for National Leadership: Dr. David Ahlquist (posthumous award)

Special thanks to the 2021 Dialogue supporters!

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