Health Disparities Town Hall
Stupid Cancer’s Health Disparities Town Hall is a 3-year initiative with the goal of hearing directly from young cancer patients from historically marginalized groups about their experiences during their diagnosis, treatment, and/or support and to understand their stories. Using feedback from a series of Town Halls & Focus Groups, we will develop and implement a strategic action plan and supporting initiatives to address the needs of AYA cancer patients from these specific groups. Our ultimate aim is to ensure the needs of historically marginalized communities are visible and addressed within Stupid Cancer, the AYA nonprofit space, and the larger AYA oncology community.
Are you interested in helping Stupid Cancer address health disparities in AYA cancer care?