Cancer Moonshot: President’s Cancer Panel Report “Closing Gaps in Cancer Screening: Connecting People, Communities, and Systems to Improve Equity and Access

National Cancer Plan
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“The National Cancer Plan represents a commitment to achieving a society where most cancers are prevented and where every person diagnosed with cancer lives a full and active life.”

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The 2022 President’s Cancer Panel Report “Closing Gaps in Cancer Screening: Connecting People, Communities, and Systems to Improve Equity and Access” identifies priority areas and outlines significant recommendations, action steps and strategies needed to achieve four critical goals designed to close gaps in cancer screenings. https://prescancerpanel.cancer.gov/report/cancerscreening/

This includes access to the presentation slides and *supplemental resources (to download). Please click on the title of the webinar. Then upon completion of the general registration form, the webinar/webcast will automatically “open” via On-Demand feature.

Register and obtain access to the upcoming SelfMade Health Network (SMHN) Webinar Series: Moving Cancer Moonshot Forward by Connecting More States, Health Systems, Sectors and Communities to Improve Health Equity, Access and Outcomes (May 2022-July 2022) available at:
https://selfmadehealth.org/webcasts/

White House: Cancer Moonshot Colorectal Cancer Forum

-Features physicians, cancer survivors, researchers and loved ones as caregivers (including the wife of late Chadwick Boseman)

Excerpts from Simone Ledward Boseman’s speech: “It didn’t have to be too late, if we had known the symptoms. If we had known how preventable and treatable this disease (colorectal cancer) is. I am here in hopes that we won’t be afraid of this that challenge.”





There’s a role for all sectors, organizations, and communities to be a part of the re-launch of the Cancer Moonshot. Regardless of whether your organization is just learning about this national initiative or participated in the previous Cancer Moonshot; these resources are designed to assist you with “taking the next few steps.”

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