UWCCC Grand Rounds-Cancer in Indian Country: Policy, Ethical and Research Considerations
UW Hospital and Clinics
G5/119 – Clinical Science Center
Contact: Gayla Garlick-Hansen
This Grand Rounds is part of the:
UWCCC Cancer Health Disparities Initiative Scholar Series
Biospecimens, Genetics and Cancer Therapies: Learning through Research with American Indian Communities
Donald K. Warne, MD, MPH (Oglala Lakota)
The UWCCC Cancer Health Disparities Initiative focuses on reducing the burden of cancer disparities through research, outreach, clinical treatment, education, and policy development.
To receive your CME credit each week, please fill out your speaker evaluation forms and leave the completed evaluation on the desk in G5/119 or return them weekly to K4/610 (Mail Code 6164).
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