Latinas break glass ceiling in cancer research

When Alma Torres-Nguyen, Community Outreach Coordinator for Kaweah Delta Health Care District (KDHCD), heard there was a potential research project involving rural Latinas she didn’t just get excited, she participated in securing the funding.

The research project, called New Dawn, conducted in coordination with the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), was a three-year study that sought to improve the quality of life among Spanish-speaking women with breast cancer in rural communities. READ MORE AT VALLEY VOICE

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