15th Annual BCERP Meeting
For over two decades, advocates and researchers have partnered to translate critical findings on breast cancer prevention to the public and policymakers. During a public session held virtually during the 15th Annual BCERP Meeting, breast cancer advocates and researchers discussed their “lessons learned” and the path forward. The session titled Breast Cancer Outreach & Advocacy Efforts: A Legacy Still in Action included a series of lightning talks followed by Q&A about:
- Key take-aways from advocates and scientists working together
- Advice on becoming an advocate
- The future of breast cancer and environmental advocacy
- Engaging the next generation of advocates
Kami Silk, University of Delaware
Karen Miller, Huntington Breast Cancer Action Coalition
Michele Rakoff, City of Hope
Anna G. Symington, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Chiranjeev Dash, Georgetown University
Jennifer Ohayon, Silent Spring Institute
Kimberly Burke, Columbia University
View the public session recording below.
The 15th Annual Meeting was supported by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) and the National Cancer Institute (NCI), and hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The public session was promoted through the BCERP Consortium, BCERP community partners, the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center, and the University of Wisconsin Breast Cancer Research Advisory Network.