National Minority Cancer Awareness Week is April 11-17, 2017

National Minority Cancer Awareness Week (April 11-17)

The MCC Tool-of-the Month has ready-to-use information, data, and resources to help you better and more easily promote National Minority Cancer Awareness Week.

 

Find the following ready-to-use information:

  • Sample article for MCC member organization employee newsletters
  • Cancer disparities data
  • Social determinants of health and socioeconomic status
  • Discrimination contributes to cancer disparities
  • Prevalence of cigarette smoking in other population groups
  • Disparities: geographic and rural vs. urban
  • MCC and other resources
  • Social media

How you can help – share this email and the ready-to-use information with:

  • Communication and marketing staff at your organization
  • Colleagues, other staff, and community partners
  • Tell us how you used these resources by emailing: cochairs@michigancancer.org.

You can also find the Tool-of-the-Month on the MCC homepage at www.michigancancer.org/.

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