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Local People for Cancer Control: Overview and Updates Stay in the hover of life…

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Purpose Native People for Cancer Control is a Community Networks Program that expects to decrease disease incongruities through group mindfulness, instruction, research, and support in a district with one of the most noteworthy extent of American Indians and Alaska Natives in the country.

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Goals Cancer is the second most regular reason for death among American Indians and the main source of death among Alaska Natives. Disease screening tests, amazing human services, and tumor clinical trials are regularly not accessible to tribal groups. Subsequently, American Indians and Alaska Natives have the poorest survival from growth of all minority bunches. We will probably expand the amount American Indians and Alaska Natives think about tumor To decrease the hole between American Indians and Alaska Natives and different gatherings in malignancy screening, determination, and care To enhance the aftereffects of growth treatment in American Indians and Alaska Natives To enhance working connection amongst tribes and scientists

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Organization of Activities Community Core: increment malignancy instruction exercises among urban and provincial Native individuals Training Core: assemble the limit of tribal schools and colleges to end up accomplices in research and spread endeavors to address critical inquiries with respect to tumor Training Core: upgrade malignancy preparing open doors for Native analysts Research Core: direct group construct look into in light of access to care, wellbeing advancement, and infection counteractive action relating to disease Goal: Reduce tumor related wellbeing inconsistencies by expanding access to, and utilization of, intercessions in Native populaces, and assess exertion

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Who will help accomplish these objectives? Dedra Buchwald, Principal Investigator John Simmons (Nisqually), Youth and Outreach Consultant Donna LaVallie (Turtle Mountain Chippewa), Program Faculty Rose James (Lummi), Program Faculty Rosemary Gibbons (White Mountain Apache), Investigator Steve Charles (Haida/Tlingit), Research and Student Coordinator Debra Sprague, Research and Editing Assistant Andy Bogart, Biostatistian Dakotah Lane (Lummi), Research Assistant Ryan Morigeau (Flathead), Research Assistant Staff, Spirit of Eagles, Cancer Information Service

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Who will help accomplish these objectives? Cara Towle, Telehealth Implementation Liaison Roy Colven, Project Director HollyAnna Pinkham (Yakama), Washington Outreach Lisa Thomas (Tlingit), Alaska Outreach Rande Gray, Technical Specialist Deborah Friedman, Consultant, Cancer Survivor Care Fransing Daisy (Cree), Mental Health Consultant Ron Whitener (Squaxin Island), Legal Consultant Anjana Kundu, Pain Consultant Randy Curtis, End of Life Consultant George Guilmet, Program Evaluator

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Dedra Buchwald, John Simmons, Donna LaVallie

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Steve Charles, Debra Sprague, Andy Bogart

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HollyAnna Pinkham, Rose James

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Dakotah Lane, Ryan Morigeau

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Who do we bolster? Tribal offices and groups in Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota

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what number tribes and Alaska towns are in our area? 67 tribes in Washington, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, North Dakota and South Dakota 11 tribes and 233 towns in Alaska About 400,000 American Indians and Alaska Natives live in our 8 state district The 8 states speak to ¼ of the land mass of the United States The 8 states are to a great extent country with a few vast urban ranges (e.g., 35,000 American Indians and Alaska Natives live in the Puget Sound region)

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Who do we work with? Tribal Councils Tribal associations Tribal wellbeing centers Urban Indian Health Care offices, e.g. The Frozen North Native Medical Center, Seattle Indian Health Board Cancer treatment offices Cancer Information Service Washington State Comprehensive Cancer Control Steering Committee

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Who do we work with? Gold country Native Tribal Health Consortium Alaska Federal Health Care Access Network Black Hills Center for American Indian Health Montana  Wyoming Tribal Leaders Council Seattle Indian Health Board University of North Dakota School of Medicine Center for Rural Health University of South Dakota School of Medicine Northwest Indian College National Cancer Institute

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SPIPA Comprehensive Cancer Control Program Advisory Board

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Organization of Activities Community Core: increment tumor instruction exercises among urban and provincial Native individuals Training Core: manufacture the limit of tribal universities and colleges to end up accomplices in research and spread endeavors to address imperative inquiries with respect to malignancy Training Core: upgrade growth preparing open doors for Native specialists Research Core: direct group construct investigate in light of access to care, wellbeing advancement, and infection counteractive action relating to disease Goal: Reduce growth related wellbeing abberations by expanding access to, and utilization of, intercessions in Native populaces, and assess exertion

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Native People for Cancer Control: Community Core Co-Leaders: Deborah Bowen, Ph.D. also, Walt Hollow, M.D. (Assiniboine/Sioux) Activity 1: Community effort and spread of existing projects and materials Activity 2: Technical help and program advancement, e.g., disease instructive materials Activity 3: Educate American Indian and Alaska Native wellbeing experts

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Native People for Cancer Control: Training Core Co-Leaders: Scott Ramsey, M.D. what\'s more, Jeff Henderson, M.D. (Cheyenne River Sioux) Activity 1: Build limit of tribal schools and colleges, e.g., subsidize pilot ventures, summer temporary jobs Activity 2: Support exercises to prepare analysts for non-doctoral level experts and post-doctoral American Indian or Alaska Native experts, e.g., Native Investigator Career Development Program

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Native People for Cancer Control: Research Core Co-Leaders: Dedra Buchwald, M.D. what\'s more, Bonnie Duran, Ph.D. (Opelousas/Coushatta) Project 1 Test a smoking end program among American Indian youth in 2 urban destinations Project 2 Assess and enhance screening for cervical malignancy in 2 American Indian people group Describe how regularly human papilloma infection disease happens and on the off chance that it is connected to hazard components for cervical tumor (e.g., smoking)

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Native People for Cancer Control: Research Core Project 3 Determine the variables that may impact a man\'s interest in a growth clinical trial Compare distinctive numerical and visual methods for showing data to figure out which strategies best pass on data on tumor Project 4 – Link the Washington SEER with IHS records to recognize Native people determined to have bosom, cervical, and colorectal malignancy – decide the genuine occurrence of these 3 malignancies among American Indians and Alaska Natives

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Native People for Cancer Control: Art for Cancer Leader: Steve Charles; Artists: Chholing Taha, Roger Fernandes; Ryan Morigeau Purpose is to raise disease mindfulness and increment tumor counteractive action exercises among Native individuals The Art for Cancer program has Produced instructive publications on the program and particular growths Published leaflets for instance, "What Are Clinical Trials?" Designed our new logo Stay in the hover of life…

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Art for Cancer Posters Contact us at www.uwccer.org for more data

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Native People for Cancer Control March 2006 Conference What occurred after the last meeting? Built up new joint efforts Had 5 new allows subsidized Funded 10 Community Grants Enhanced existing connections Developed a model for here and now preparing of junior agents Gained information and caught wind of tribal needs And reaffirmed… ..

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The Importance of Culture Tom Torlino (Navajo) as he showed up upon landing to the Carlisle Indian School, October 21, 1882 Tom Torlino (Navajo) after 3 years Photos from: http://home.epix.net/~landis/main.html

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