PRC to host Wash U Cancer Research Workshop

Pallottine is honored to be hosting a workshop put on by Washington University School of Medicine looking at African American people affected by certain types of cancer. Much genetic cancer research leaves out the views of black people, but by sharing your thoughts at this session you can help capture the full picture.

Volunteers will take part in a group discussion with 15-20 other people; pre-registration is required, and sessions will take on Saturday March 30 and last approximately two hours. All participants will receive a $150 gift card for participating. The project is funded by the National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health.

For more information or to register, contact Briana Wilson at 314-323-9673 or scan the QR code included on the attached flier.