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Helping Utah’s Hispanic Community Access Cancer Resources
Feb 26, 2021

Helping Utah’s Hispanic Community Access Cancer Resources

“I love that the Community Advisory Board continues advocating for improving the quality of life of all the communities in Utah,” says Sara Carbajal-Salisbury. Sara talks about joining the HCI Community Advisory Board in order to help bring cancer prevention education, cancer screening, clinical trials, and other resources to Utah’s Hispanic community.... Read More

How to Know if You Need Extra Cancer Screening
Feb 22, 2021

How to Know if You Need Extra Cancer Screening

Most people should follow the general cancer screening guidelines recommended by Huntsman Cancer Institute experts. But for some people with additional risk factors, such as a family history of cancer or exposure to cancer-causing substances like tobacco, these general recommendations may not be enough. Learn why cancer screening is so important and how to find out if you need to follow a different screening plan.... Read More

A Message about COVID-19 Vaccines to Huntsman Cancer Institute Patients
Feb 18, 2021

A Message about COVID-19 Vaccines to Huntsman Cancer Institute Patients

People with cancer are at increased risk of illness and death from the COVID-19 virus. Huntsman Cancer Institute is among many cancer centers and organizations nationwide urging government leaders and health departments to prioritize access to COVID-19 vaccines for people with cancer and survivors of cancer.... Read More

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