The purpose of National Black Family Cancer Awareness Week is to increase cancer awareness in one of the most vulnerable segments of the US population. This initiative aims to marshal community-based stakeholders to build knowledge surrounding cancer clinical trial participation and minority population specimen donations to national genomic databases for cancer research.
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
OCE Project Community invites you to register and attend the June 16, 2022 OCE Conversation on Cancer Public Panel Discussion: Engaging the Generations, #BlackFamCan. Registration is free and open to the public by clicking anywhere on the image below.
You’re encouraged to post on social media the meaningful and potentially lifesaving cancer awareness activities you’re conducting in your communities. Please mention #BlackFamCan when you post.
OCE Project Community recommends the following areas of focus and engagement in your community and networks.
Examples of your potential engagement might include but aren’t limited to: