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Documentary:

“Sisters We Thrive, Stories We Tell”

Personal stories from African American breast cancer survivors highlight inequities in  screening, treatment, and access to care for Black women in Milwaukee and across Wisconsin.

Produced by Dr. Alice Yan, Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health, UW-Milwaukee

[L-R] Post-film discussion with Dr. Alice Yan, Terry Jones-Carr, Evelyn Brown, Cynthia Hooker, Mahasin Abdullah, Carol Davis, and Lisa Taylor-Goodwin. Moderated by Debra Nevels, Senior Manager, American Cancer Society
[L-R] Post-film discussion with Dr. Alice Yan, Terry Jones-Carr, Evelyn Brown, Cynthia Hooker, Mahasin Abdullah, Carol Davis, and Lisa Taylor-Goodwin. Moderated by Debra Nevels, Senior Manager, American Cancer Society

Presenter Slides

Dr. Julia H. Rowland

Opening Keynote, Optimizing Cancer Survivorship: A Growing Challenge for Research and Care

Matthew White

Workforce Planning: The Employment Implications of Cancer

Dr. Hajira Yasmin

Sexual Health and Survivorship

Dr. Dustin Pagoria

Sexual Health and Survivorship

Kathleen Christian

Survivorship Care Planning

Carissa Hodgson

Caregiver and Family Support

Lori Schneider

Financial Toxicity of Cancer

Dr. Melinda Stolley

Why Addressing Obesity and Lifestyle Among Underserved Cancer Survivors Matters

Thor Ringler

“My Life My Story”: How Patient Stories Can Strengthen Clinical Care

If you have questions about the materials listed here, please email Tina Pap at tvpap@wisc.edu.