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Leaders in cancer prevention honored by the Prevent Cancer Foundation®

Photo Credit: Washington Talent FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Hayley Cooke Hayley.Cooke@preventcancer.org 703-837-3692 Alexandria, VA — On Thursday, April 25, the Prevent Cancer Foundation® recognized…

Share your project or program with the cancer prevention community at the 2019 Dialogue

On April 24-26, 2019, the Dialogue for Action® on Cancer Screening and Prevention is taking over the Hilton Crystal City right outside Washington, D.C. We’ll…

Nominations now open: 2019 Cancer Prevention Laurels Awards

Nominations are open for the Prevent Cancer Foundation’s 2019 Cancer Prevention Laurels Awards! Since 2003, the Laurels Awards have recognized and celebrated innovators and leaders…

Reducing colorectal cancer rates in Alaska

Claudia Christensen, ANP, is a nurse practitioner and one of the first non-physician providers in the U.S. to perform screening colonoscopies. As part of a…

Dialogue with Project ECHO’s Erika Harding

Project ECHO’s Erika Harding will present the opening keynote address at the 2018 Dialogue for Action® on Cancer Screening and Prevention. Harding serves as the ECHO Institute’s…

Dialogue 2017—not a moment wasted

“This was the best Dialogue that I have attended. The content was applicable across cancers. There was not a moment of time wasted.” – Dialogue…

Addressing equal access to preventive care in Tunisia

As a member of the Tunisian Association for Defending the Right to Health, Dr. Amna Khalfaoui plans to travel from North Africa to attend this…

Come to Dialogue with Aetna Foundation’s Garth Graham

Garth Graham, MD, MPH, will deliver the opening keynote address at the Dialogue for Action® conference. Dr. Graham is president of the Aetna Foundation and…

Why you should attend the 2017 Dialogue for Action®

We are two months away from the 19th annual Dialogue for Action® on Cancer Screening & Prevention. This cutting-edge conference is being held in an…

No woman should die of cervical cancer

In the United States, cervical cancer is becoming less common thanks to increased vaccinations, improved screening rates and better treatments. But incidence and death rates…