Video Archive – Awesome Games Done Quick

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AGDQ 2022 ONLINE | Benefiting the Prevent Cancer Foundation

AGDQ 2022 interviews with Prevent Cancer Foundation grantees, leadership and staff

Interview with Prevent Cancer Foundation community grantee – LUCAS (Lung Cancer Screening Truck) – AGDQ 2022 Online

Learn more about this and other Community Grant recipients


Interview with Prevent Cancer Foundation program participants – ¡Celebremos la Vida! – AGDQ 2022 Online

Learn more about ¡Celebremos la Vida!


Keizaron interviews Dr. Jordana Phillips

Position: Associate Professor of Radiology
Institution: Boston Medical Center, Boston, MA

Project Title: Contrast Enhanced Mammography for Women with a History of Breast Cancer.


SpikeVegeta interviews Tim Kavanagh, colon cancer survivor and advocate

Tim Kavanagh is a colon cancer survivor and fierce advocate for cancer prevention and early detection. He uses his experiences to encourage others to take charge of their health and shares the messaging of Prevent Cancer Foundation to help the Foundation further our mission of saving lives across all populations through cancer prevention and early detection.


JHobz296 interviews Bernard Levin, M.D.

Co-Chair, Scientific Review Program, Prevent Cancer Foundation
Professor Emeritus, MD Anderson Cancer Center, University of Texas


JHobz296 interviews Dr. Martín Lajous

Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública (National Institute of Public Health of Mexico)
Adjunct Associate Professor of Global Health and Population, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Department of Global Health and Population
Global Grant: Feasibility of Colorectal Cancer Screening Based on Existing Primary Prevention Activities in Mexico City

Keizaron interviews Dr. Peter Kingham

Director of Global Cancer Disparity Initiatives, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York
Global Grant: The Efficacy and Feasibility of Fecal Immunochemistry for Colorectal Cancer Screening in Nigeria
Global Grant: Feasibility of Breast Cancer Screening in High-Risk Nigerian Women Using a Novel Low-Cost Device


Kungfufruitcup interviews Dr. Natalia Heredia

Assistant Professor, The University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, TX
Project Title: Culturally tailored lifestyle intervention for Hispanic non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

SpikeVegeta interviews Dr. Alicia Allen

Named Award: Awesome Games Done Quick
Assistant Professor, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
Project Title: A Novel Approach to Help Women of Reproductive Age Quit Smoking

Kungfufruitcup starts at Dr. Aayushi Uberoi

Named Award: Awesome Games Done Quick
Postdoctoral Scholar, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Project Title: Modulating skin microbiota-host interactions to prevent UV-induced skin cancer

Interview with Prevent Cancer Foundation leadership and staff – Awesome Games Done Quick 2022

Meet some of our team.


Awesome Games Done Quick 2022 Online Preshow with Jody Hoyos from Prevent Caner

Jody Hoyos, President and Chief Operating Officer of the Prevent Cancer Foundation, helps kick off the week.


AGDQ 2021 online - benefitting the Prevent Cancer Foundation

10 Years Gone Quick — 2011-2021 and still going strong!


From AGDQ 2021 — Interviews with AGDQ-funded researchers

Rick Avila, MS, Accumetra LLC
Global Grant: Global Image Quality Monitoring and Optimization of CT Lung Nodule Imaging


Kathleen Schmeler, MD, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Global Grant: Addressing the Cervical Cancer Crisis in Mozambique through Training and Education for the Early Detection of Disease

Sitapriya Moorthi, PhD, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Research Grant awarded to Dr. Alice Berger: Understanding The Etiology of Lung Cancer in Never-Smokers


Ophira Ginsburg, MSc, MD, FRCPC, Perlmutter Cancer Center at NYU Langone Medical Center
Global Grant: A Comparison of Recruitment Strategies to Improve Uptake and Retention to the Tanzanian National Cervical Cancer Screening Program



The Impact of Innovation – Investing in Cancer Prevention and Early Detection

From AGDQ 2020 — Beyond the Game: Funding Innovative Technology around the Globe

Meet the experts turning your donations into action. The panel at AGDQ 2020 spotlighted a new portable breast screening device in Nigeria, cervical cancer screening devices in Peru and lung cancer screening innovations in Poland — showing how your dollars make a difference in cancer prevention & early detection.

Read more and watch the full panel.  

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