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PECaD Program Links Researchers and Community Members to Improve Public Health
CRFTgrad-edited Forty-five community members graduated from PECaD's Community Research Fellows Training Program and are poised to partner with researchers on community-based participatory projects.

Taking Cancer Prevention Messages to New Heights
MLK and Wellston poster-edited For the first time, PECaD is using outdoor posters - some nearly 40 feet up - to share cancer prevention messages in North St. Louis City and North County.

PECaD Continues to Train Public Library Staff, Launches Joint Health Talk Series for Area Residents
Learn more about the new Consumer Health Information Speakers Series and how PECaD is teaming up with area libraries to train staff members and offer free health and cancer resources for the public.

October Focus: PECaD Recognizes National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Program Coordinator Monique Norfolk, MPH, discusses PECaD's commitment to ending breast cancer disparities St. Louis and the region.

Our Students, Our Future
Haley Herr, Ambriah Brown, and La'Shawnda Jennings (l to r) joined the PECaD team this semester to assist with community outreach efforts. Brown and Herr are finishing graduate degrees at the Brown School of Social Work, and Jennings is an undergraduate student at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.

PECaD In The Community
More than 130 men received PSA screenings at the Missouri Black Expo on August 10 as a result of a partnership that includes PECaD's Prostate Cancer Community Partnership. Click to learn more.

PECaD members Yolanda Austin and Isadore Wayne Sr. share their cancer stories. Click to read the articles.

See this month's
Cancer Prevention Puzzle

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