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Why is it so necessary? African American Parents' Perspectives on Delaying and Refusing HPV Vaccination

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About Us

The Office of Cancer Health Equity and Community Engagement (OCHECE) leads Karmanos Cancer Institute's community outreach and engagement (COE) efforts. The Office works to monitor the cancer burden in Karmanos' 46 county catchment area and engage our diverse communities and scientists in strategies to reduce that burden and improve cancer outcomes across all populations.

Meet our Team

Meet the advocates aiming to eliminate cancer health disparities and reduce the burden of cancer.

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Upcoming Events

  • Moving for a Cause: Hustle your Way to Cancer Awareness

    4401 Conner St
    Detroit, MI 48215
  • Navigating From Planet to Plate: Understanding the Connection Between Food, Environment & Cancer

    421 Garland St
    Flint, MI 48503

The Latest From Karmanos Cancer Institute

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Free Fitness Classes Now Available for Female Cancer Survivors and Those At-risk in Dearborn Heights

Click here to read in Arabic. The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute is partnering with Wayne State University (WSU) School of Medicine and HYP...

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Karmanos, McLaren’s 12th Pink Out the Park with Detroit Tigers Inspires Sea of Pink at Comerica Park

The Annual Pink Out the Park, a partnership between the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute , the Detroit Tigers and McLaren Health Care, the of...

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Every Step of the Way: Support Resources for Our Cancer Survivors

June is recognized yearly as National Cancer Survivors Month, an important time to recognize the strength and perseverance of cancer survivors wor...

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WWJ | Genetic Counselor Available to Speak with at Screening Saves Lives Event on June 8

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