American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network Milwaukee Cancer Research Breakfast πŸ—“

Events

The Journeyman Hotel, 310 East Chicago Street, Milwaukee, WI

CONTACT:Β Jennifer Amundson
651-255-8137
Jennifer.amundson@cancer.org

MILWAUKEE, Wisc. (Oct. 23, 2017)β€” The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network is hosting the Milwaukee Cancer Research Breakfast, Access Determines Outcomes.

Reducing the cancer burden depends on access to meaningful health coverage for all Americans, including coverage for cancer screening and the latest treatment. This event will delve into the research and evidence-based connection between access to care and cancer outcomes in Milwaukee while exploring the current state of access to health care in this county, especially for minority communities. There is no charge to attend the event.

WHERE: The Journeyman Hotel
310 East Chicago Street
Milwaukee, WI

WHEN: Thurs., Oct. 26
7-7:30 a.m. Registration and Breakfast
7:30-9 a.m. Program

WHO: Kirsten M. Beyer, PhD, MPH, MS
Assistant Professor – Medical College of Wisconsin
Division of Epidemiology
Institute for Health and Society

Shirley A. Ellis
Senior Advisor/District Director
Honorable Gwen S. Moore

Allison Kos, DO
Chief Medical Officer
Progressive Community Health Centers

Janeen Azare, PhD, MSPH
Director, Oncology Field Medical
US Medical Engagement
Pfizer Oncology

Journalists are invited to cover the event. Cancer patients, survivors, caregivers and the members of the public are encouraged to attend, hear from experts in the room and share their experiences with each other. Registration information can be found at ASCCAN.org/Wisconsin.

ACS CAN, the nonprofit, nonpartisan advocacy affiliate of the American Cancer Society, supports evidence-based policy and legislative solutions designed to eliminate cancer as a major health problem. ACS CAN works to encourage elected officials and candidates to make cancer a top national priority. ACS CAN gives ordinary people extraordinary power to fight cancer with the training and tools they need to make their voices heard. For more information, visit www.acscan.org.

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