Join us as we recognize Minority Health Month with The Gathering Place, Taussig Cancer Center and the Cleveland Office of Minority Health to help our community when cancer hits close to home. Spread awareness and engage: Join the discussion Thursday, March 25, 2021 at 1 p.m. EDT.
Did you know April is Minority Health Month? The Gathering Place, in partnership with Taussig Cancer Center and the Cleveland Office of Minority Health, invite you to attend programs to discuss cancer-related barriers through education, detection and treatment.
Black men are most at risk for getting prostate cancer. Learn more about what’s being done to address cancer-related disparities by joining an upcoming program presented by The Gathering Place, Taussig Cancer Center and the Cleveland Office of Minority Health.
Did you know racial and ethnic minorities in Cleveland have higher rates of nutrition-related health problems which increases their risk for cancer? Identify the barriers and get healthy eating tips from community experts. Spread awareness.
Did you know April is Minority Health Month? This year’s theme is “A Family Affair: Real Conversation When Cancer Hits Home.” Get help starting important conversations that can save your life.
Fighting for health equity starts by making partnerships in your community. Join us as we provide action to facilitate change for your future. Read here: Twitter: @touchedbycancer
What does health equity mean to you? For us it means everyone has access to the same resources and support. Read here:
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Black men are more than twice as likely as white men to be diagnosed with prostate cancer. Learn the basics, get treatment updates, connect with local resources and ask your questions during our upcoming programs.
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