National LGBT Cancer Network

This webinar will highlight ways to engage LGBTQ individuals in your work during the upcoming Pride season.


Webinar Presenters include:

  • Dr Scout, Deputy Director National LGBT Cancer Network will talk about how different tobacco and cancer programs have engaged in Prides.
  • Adrian Shanker, Founder & Executive Director, Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center, Pennsylvania will discuss policy change and promoting cancer awareness at Pride events.
  • Alanna Biblow, Center for Tobacco Prevention and Control, Maryland Department of Health will talk about their experience using a snapchat frame to promote tobacco control at Pride.
  • Joyce Swetlick, Director of Tobacco Cessation, North Carolina Department of Health, will discuss their organization’s long-term engagement with North Carolina Pride.
  • Join our network


    Becoming a member is easy and free.

    Reply to this email and let us know you’d like to join – we’ll add you to our Network.

    Members receive:

    ·     Early access to customizable images to use in print and on social media.

    ·     Access to technical assistance from the National LGBT Cancer Network.

Project Coordinator Strengthening Training for Addiction Recovery Project

Project Coordinator

Strengthening Training for Addiction Recovery Project


The West Virginia University School of Social Work seeks applications for the position of Project Coordinator for the Strengthening Training for Addiction Recovery (STAR) grant. This position is grant-funded through September 30, 2019 and we anticipate a strong likelihood of funding renewal. The STAR project is part of WVU’s role in West Virginia’s Statewide Opioid Response. The Coordinator position will focus on administrative coordination of the STAR project, academic support to social work students participating in the STAR program, engagement with community-based providers, and interface with STAR project leaders. Apply online here.

New Cancer Therapy at WVU: CAR T-cell therapy for leukemia and lymphoma

New Cancer Therapy at WVU:
CAR T-cell therapy for leukemia and lymphoma




The WVU Cancer Institute offers this cutting-edge immunotherapy approach that some experts predict will change the landscape of care for advanced leukemia and lymphoma.


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Screening event set for March 15




Women caring for women


Valerie Galvan Turner, MD, part of the largest gynecologic oncology team in the state, is helping to lead an ovarian cancer clinical trial. She recently gave a cervical cancer patient more time with her grandchildren.

Meet Dr. Galvan Turner


Clinical Advances

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You can also view a list of new providers.

It’s Match Day at WVU

Match Day Ceremony streaming live today!

It’s Match Day at WVU — the day our medical students find out where they have “matched” for their residency training.

Morgantown Campus students receive notice of their residency matches beginning at noon, and the ceremony will be streamed via Facebook Live! Watch it on the WVU E-Pylons Medical Students Facebook page.

The Charleston Campus will begin their Facebook Live stream at 12:30 p.m. Watch it live on the WVU Charleston Student Services Facebook page.

The Eastern Campus will post photos of their ceremony on the WVU Health Sciences Eastern Division Facebook page.