Stimulating, developing, maintaining, and disseminating culturally appropriate cancer information materials for educators, health care leaders, and students.
Welcome to the new Native CIRCLE
Cancer Information Resource Center and Learning Exchange
Established in 1997 at the Mayo Clinic Cancer Center, a National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center, Native CIRCLE provided and distributed culturally appropriate health education materials for Native Americans across the country. Although the Native CIRCLE library originally focused on cancer, it grew to include Indigenous-inspired content covering a broad range of health and wellness topics, including culture, diabetes, nutrition, mindfulness, tobacco use and physical activity.
With the guidance of — and in collaboration with — the Mayo Clinic, in 2020 the Roswell Park Department of Indigenous Cancer Health became the new home for Native CIRCLE. As curators of the library, our goal is to provide an innovative platform for Native American communities, students and healthcare professionals to exchange information about Indigenous well-being and to continue to honor the tradition of Native CIRCLE.
Highlighting clinical trials
Indigenous Research in Motion
Collaborations with Native American Nations Community-Based Participatory Research
Translating the Interplay: Indigenous Knowledge and Modern Medicine
Haudenosaunee Traditional Dances | Native American Heritage Month
Collaborations with Native American Nations Community Based Participatory Research
Stories from Tom Porter, Akwesasne Mohawk Elder and Leader
Improving AI/AN Cancer Surveillance and Mortality Data in the US
Cancer and COVID-19 in the Indigenous Community
Tobacco Two Ways: Understanding Traditional Tobacco Use
Indigenous Creativity and Leadership
Don't see what you're looking for?
If you cannot find the content you are looking for or would like to contribute Indigenous health materials to Native CIRCLE, please contact Community Relations Coordinator Will Maybee at William.Maybee@RoswellPark.org.