WHO is at risk? Radon is much more likely to cause lung cancer in people who smoke. In fact, smokers are estimated to be 25 times more at risk from radon than non-smokers.
The Center for Indigenous Cancer Research team continues to partner with Northwestern University’s Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Wellness on a project aimed at engaging Two-Spirit and Native LGBTQ+ community members for feedback on
The most recent episode of the Talking Circle podcast features the Center for Indigenous Cancer Research’s friend and colleague Dr. Michelle Huyser. Dr.
A common assumption with our work at the Center for Indigenous Cancer Research is that we focus solely on cancer. While that in part is true, our approach spans beyond the cancer paradigm. Specifically, our interests are to better understand the prevention of cancer through its many mechanisms.
The Center for Indigenous Cancer Research (CICR) has a four-year partnership with the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe (SRMT) to co-develop and implement programming to support science-based learning and educational experiences among Mohawk high school and college students.
With more organizations creating more in-person events and gatherings, our Indigenous Patient Navigators have been busy over the past months gearing up for more community outreach.
The CICR team continues to strengthen their partnership and program development with the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe (SRMT) and their Mohawk Research Scholars Programs, which are designed to support Mohawk students to enter, advance and remain in health and research career