January is National Radon Action Month. Radon is an environmental hazard known to increase the risk of cancer. It is a radioactive gas caused by the breakdown of soil and rocks that can seep up through the ground under homes and buildings. It
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Register here: http://nao-ntc.adobeconnect.com/immunitycommunity/event/registration.html Thank you Judy and AHEC for sharing this great training!
Use this tool to raise awareness and talk about the risk of lung cancer Environmental Public Health Tracking at the Vermont Department of Health has a handy tool that can help support your local and statewide data needs on lung
November 7, 2016: A subgroup of the VTAAC Lung Cancer Screening Task Force meets to discuss the development of a survey to assess the status of screening statewide. Here are some resources to help you learn more American College of
The George Washington University has developed a new resource to support comprehensive cancer control (CCC) efforts in CCC groups nationwide. The report is titled Supporting Cancer Survivors through Comprehensive Cancer Control Programs and provides an introduction to survivorship needs and
We are excited to announce that Dr. Daniel Fram, Radiation Oncologist and Medical Director at the National Life Cancer Treatment Center, will be joining Ed DeMott as Co-Chair of VTAAC. Dan has been involved in the coalition for over five
Join us this Friday, October 7th, for the 19th Annual Women’s Health & Cancer Conference. The theme this year is YOUR HEALTH: Putting Knowledge Into Action and participants are encouraged to use the knowledge gained to inform and empower their health decision-making.
Access to Care Taskforce publishes important article on treatment barriers for breast cancer patients in Vermont We are excited to announce the publication of an article collaboratively written by members of the VTAAC, UVM, VDH, UVM Medical Center, and UVM