Cancer Services focuses its education programs on target groups who are at the most risk.
These include minorities (specifically, African American and Hispanic communities) and those who have already faced a primary cancer diagnosis or are caring for someone who has faced a cancer diagnosis.
In addition to these targeted programs, we offer community education via our healthy lifestyle website, partnerships with other agencies with a shared focus, and for other community groups, by request.
If you have any questions about any of our programs, please contact a member of our Community Outreach Team at 336-760-9983.
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