Join the Colon Cancer Coalition and Baylor College of Medicine Dan L. Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center for a conversation about colorectal cancer and prevention in the time of COVID-19.
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Noon – 1 p.m. CT
Advance Registration Required
Curious about colorectal cancer screening during a pandemic? This webinar will answer your questions as to why screening is important, as well as what one health care system is doing to keep you safe.
Free and open to all
If you are interested in health and wellness and want to remain proactive during the COVID-19 pandemic this is for you. Providers and others assisting undeserved communities will learn new ways to engage with patients and encourage screening for colorectal cancer.
Speakers and topics include Baylor’s Office of Outreach and Health Disparities Theater Outreach Program, a presentation by Gastroenterologist Milena Gould-Suarez, MD, and a live discussion with Q&A from a diverse panel of health experts, and the perspective of a colorectal cancer survivor.
Part of the webinar tomorrow will highlight Baylor College of Medicine’s Office of Outreach and Health Disparities’ Theater Outreach Program. This program is designed to promote cancer screening among medically underserved African American, Hispanic, and Vietnamese populations with culturally appropriate messages directed towards disparities in cancer screening contributed to an increased burden of cancer in these communities.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.