PECaD Newsletter
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PECaD Shares Cancer Prevention Messages with Hundreds of Community Members at HealthFest 
Shalom HealthFest Edited Hosted by the Shalom Church City of Peace Health Ministry, the annual HealthFest event gave community members a place to get cancer screenings, access credible health info, and learn about PECaD.

CCCP Talks Colon Cancer at Community Event
CCCP--Beyond-Housing edited For the first time, the Colorectal Cancer Community Partnership (CCCP) participated in Beyond Housing's Destination: Healthy Community event. 

Photovoice Project Looking for Colon Cancer Survivors
PECaD's innovative Photovoice project uses photographs and narratives to shape colon cancer prevention messages. The project team is looking for colon cancer survivors to join the next round of the study. Read and share the recruitment flyer by clicking below. 

Physicians Represent PECaD on Local Radio Show
Five Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine resident physicians recently went on the Health Connections Radio Show on Majic 100.3 FM and Hallelujah AM 1600 to discuss cancer prevention.

See, Test, Treat: Free Cancer Screening Event
Save the date and spread the word! The Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine will offer free cervical and breast cancer screenings for uninsured and underinsured women on April 12. More information will be posted on the Siteman calendar as it becomes available.


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Talk Inspires Thousands
Speaking to nearly 8,000 people at the Sista Strut Breast Cancer Walk in October 2013, Lannis Hall, MD, MPH, PECaD's Clinical Studies Outreach Program Leader, encouraged women to get breast cancer treatment after positive screenings. 
PECaD In The Community
8 Ways to Stay Healthy and Prevent Cancer videos, featuring PECaD and Siteman researchers, are now available for checkout at the St. Louis Public Library. Learn more and find the library branch location closest to you here.
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Cancer Prevention Puzzle
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