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Cancer Happens Celebrates Ten Years

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...

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...

Cancer Happens Celebrates Ten Years

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...

Cancer Happens® Summer Online

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...

Volunteer Spotlight: Mike Thomason

Volunteer Spotlight: Mike Thomason

  April is National Volunteer Month! This year, we want to spotlight someone who is very special to us. Mike Thomason became involved with Cancer Pathways through Interior Architects, an architecture firm whose volunteers had not only helped us out with Camp...

Sun Protection

Sun Protection

Spring has sprung and the sun has peeked through the clouds. At the moment, many of us are stuck inside and have to remember to keep six feet of physical distance between ourselves and others (learn more at CDC.gov). If you do venture outside for essential reasons –...

Cancer Happens eLearning

Cancer Happens eLearning

Hello Educators, As schools across the country are closing due to (COVID-19), Cancer Pathways is here to help students continue their education from home. We would like to offer our online modules, Cancer Happens® eLearning, to those students and faculty working...

Cancer Happens eLearning

Meet Our Health Educators!

Meet just a few of the fantastic folks who present Cancer Happens, our teen cancer prevention curriculum, in high schools in Washington state and beyond! Dana Alvin ♦ Alma Mater: University of Georgia ♦ Degree: Masters of Public Health ♦ Joined Cancer Pathways: August...