Research Rally celebrates NMSU partnership with cancer research center (New Mexico State University)
Storytelling to heal
The power of sharing your story
Giant Colon Goes on Tour to Promote Cancer Awareness (Wall Street Journal)
The Black and White of Breast Cancer (Hutch United Blog)
World Cancer Day - Statistics and How to Prevent it in Seattle in Spanish (Univision)
Sunnyside clinic reaches out to local community (Daily Sun News)
Health promoter inspired by empowering community members (Daily Sun News)
Promoting healthy life options is Sunnyside center's goal (Daily Sun News)
Fred Hutch, SCCA researchers receive Leaders in Health Care Awards
2014 Leaders in Health Care Awards: Achievement in Community Outreach (Seattle Business Magazine)
'Quit to Win' makes winners of locals who stop smoking (Daily Sun News)
Photo exhibit gives voice to local cancer survivors (Daily Sun News)
Colon cancer display in Pasco raises cancer awareness (Tri-City Herald)
Thompson honored for health advocacy
2017 Latina Health Symposium - Improving the Health & Well-Being of Latinas: Tools for Public Health and Social Service Providers
Calling all public health practitioners, social service providers, community health workers/educators and promotores! Join us at the 2017 Latina Health Symposium!
This annual symposium provides participants with information and tools to use in working with Hispanic/Latina women around various health issues. This year's theme will focus on raising empowered Latinas. Speakers will cover topics such as healthy eating, active living, and resources for positive parenting and good mental health.
Dates for the Latina Health Symposium:
- Thursday, September 7, 2017 from 8:30 AM – 4 PM in Granger, WA – Facebook Event Page
- Thursday, September 14, 2017 from 8:30 AM – 4 PM in Renton, WA – Facebook Event Page
This event is brought to you through a collaboration between the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health Region X, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, the Hope Heart Institute and Molina Healthcare. The event is free, but registration is required. Register here.
Flyer with details and exhibitor information can be found here.