Detroit HealthLink for Equity in Cancer Care recently received a $99,000+ Health Education and Community Benefit Grant from the DMC Foundation/Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan to extend the HealthLink Model to Arab American communities in partnership with ACCESS in Dearborn MI.
The Witness Project of Detroit recently found out we were not awarded funding from Komen Detroit Race for the Cure for the 2016-2017. Of course, we are disappointed but we’ll always keep it moving. Mostly, I am grateful for all
Seen in Southwest Detroit.
Thanks to my colleagues Katrina Studvent, Caair of Komen Detroit Race for the Cure and Dr. Michelle Cote, an Associate Professor in my program. Under their leadership, Karmanos Cancer Institute successfully hosted the Komen Tissue Bank event. Around 200 women donated healthy breast
I don’t know why it’s taken me years to go to the Detroit Institute of Bagels (DIB). I’ve passed by it a hundred times and ignored it. Maybe it’s because I practically grew up on bagels in Brooklyn made the
We have about 30 people who are now active in our Cancer Action Councils (CACs)! So far, we have CACs at three sites: Western Wayne Family Health Center in Inkster, the Voices of Detroit Community Outreach Office in Conner Creek
In August, I finally made it to a couple of Slow Roll rides. Several thousand people ride each week and it feels like a big party. Lots of riders have sound systems on their bikes and you can probably find
It’s been far too long since I’ve updated this site. There is much to report and much to share. I’m looking forward to doing more of that here on a regular basis.
Thanks to the Michigan Chronicle for covering our study on eHealth activity among cancer survivors. Read the article here. It’s also been picked up be over 80 other media outlets and that’s helped us make some great new connections with