Dr. Moon S. Chen, Jr.
AANCART's Julie Dang
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Increases in Light and Intermittent Smoking Among Asian Americans and Non-Hispan
TUES, April 14th, 2014 -- Increases in Light and Intermittent Smoking Among Asian Americans and Non-Hispanic Whites
AANCART Asian American Clinical Trials and Biospecimen Donations
AANCART Asian American Clinical Trials and Biospecimen Donations
Still Too Few Minority Participants in U.S. Clinical Trials, Study Finds
Still Too Few Minority Participants in U.S. Clinical Trials, Study Finds

AANCART - The National Center for Reducing Asian American Cancer Health Disparities

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Dr. Moon S. Chen, Jr.

Dr. Moon Chen: The Insights of a Cancer Scientist Addressing Asian American Cancer Disparities

"TUES, JUNE 24th -- by the National Cancer Institute

When it comes to cancer disparities, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) supports a number of researchers who have a keen understanding of the science and culture of cancer as it relates to minority communities. Dr. Moon Chen is the lead principal investigator of the Asian American Network for Cancer Awareness Research and Training (AANCART Exit Disclaimer), NCI’s designated National Center for Reducing Asian American Cancer Health Disparities. Dr. Chen is also the Associate Director for Cancer Control and professor in the Department of Internal Medicine at the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center in Sacramento, CA.

AANCART's Julie Dang

National Cancer Institute: Center for Reducing Cancer Health Disparities features Julie Dang in spotlight

WED, May 5th, 2014 -- "The Asian American Network for Cancer Awareness and Training (AANCART) is now offering culturally sensitive cancer education brochures and videos for the Asian public in a variety of Asian languages. AANCART's educational efforts are part of the UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center's ongoing work to reduce cancer health disparities through community-based participatory education, training, and research.

AANCART Hepatitis B Vaccination

Hepatitis B Vaccination - 2nd Dose, April 26th, 2014

FRI, April 25th, 2014 -- "About half of Sacramento's Asian communit[y] are immunized against Hepatitis B, compared to only 20% six years ago, according to the U.C. Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center.