Engaging Survivors in Comprehensive Cancer Control Coaltions

A Moderated Discussion
June 9, 2022
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Engaging Survivors in Comprehensive Cancer Control Coalitions

During this moderated discussion on engaging survivors in comprehensive cancer control coalitions, presented by the GW Cancer Center, our three panelists -- Beth Sieloff, MPH, Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan; Catherine Young, MS, Mississippi CCC Program; and Maureen Higgins, MSW, Dempsey Center -- had a lively conversation about recruiting methods, engagement, and overcoming barriers.

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