Cancer Education for Teens

Cancer Happens Celebrates Ten Years

CANCER PATHWAYS CELEBRATES TEN YEARS OF SUCCESS IN EDUCATING HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS ON CANCER RISK REDUCTION CANCER HAPPENS: A FREE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE FOR TEENS ON CANCER RISK REDUCTION (Seattle, WA, September 2020) – Following 10 years of success in educating high school and middle school students on cancer prevention and risk reduction, Read more about Cancer Happens Celebrates Ten Years[…]

Mesothelioma Awareness Day – September 26th, 2020

Recognizing Mesothelioma and Asbestos Exposure for Mesothelioma Awareness Day September 26th marks the 17th anniversary of Mesothelioma Awareness Day, a time to raise awareness and educate others about this cancer. While it’s considered a rare disease, it is one of the only cancers that is non-genetic, therefore being completely preventable. Asbestos exposure is the only Read more about Mesothelioma Awareness Day – September 26th, 2020[…]

Cancer Education for Teens

Cancer Pathways Awarded CDC Grant

Cancer Pathways is pleased to announce we have been awarded a generous two-year grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to expand our Cancer Happens program. This eLearning teen education program empowers teens about cancer risks and prevention, especially cancers that affect teens such as lung cancer, skin cancer and HPV. More important now than ever is education Read more about Cancer Pathways Awarded CDC Grant[…]

Cancer Happens® Summer Online

On June 10th, Cancer Pathways hosted a professional development webinar for those who wanted to learn more about our Cancer Happens® Teen Education program, which we provide at no cost to the community, and discussed how to most effectively implement it at schools and within organizations. We discussed the importance of cancer education and risk Read more about Cancer Happens® Summer Online[…]

Insights from our Cancer Unwrapped Writing Contest Judges

When submitting their ballots, our writing contest judges shared some thoughts and feelings with us. We are so moved that want to share them with you: “Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to read the finalists’ essays. They are always so heartfelt. Many heavy ones this year!” “I can’t believe how emotional Read more about Insights from our Cancer Unwrapped Writing Contest Judges[…]