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According to a survey conducted in early 2016 by ACH360, a nonprofit organization promoting health for rural communities in Ngora, Uganda, traditional beliefs associated with cancer in women are the reason why many do not seek early diagnosis and treatment.

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Fracking's health dangers, a Supreme Court health reform video primer, cancer prevention and daily aspirin, and more from our Top 5 Today.

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Dr. Byers is conducting research on the causes of cancers of the breast, colon, lung, and prostate, and have interests in cancer prevention by nutrition and early detection as well as cancer survivorship and outcomes. Dr. Byers also  is associate director for cancer prevention and control at the University of Colorado Comprehensive Cancer Center.

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As of January 2010, Richard G. Kronick is on leave from his job as professor and chief of the division of health care sciences at the UCSD School of Medicine's department of family and preventive medicine. He is serving as a deputy assistant secretary for health policy in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The division of health care sciences includes programs in outcome research, biostatistics, health policy, cancer prevention and medical ethics. Kronick previously served as a senior adviser to former first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton for two years.

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Mary Anne Foo is founder and executive director of the Orange County Asian and Pacific Islander Community Alliance, a nonprofit community-based organization helping the Asian and Pacific Islander communities with health, policy, youth, education and community and economic development needs. Foo has spent the past 20 years working with the Southern California Asian and Pacific Islander community. She serves on numerous boards and advisory committees and has been a national trainer for Asian Pacific Islander tobacco control, cancer prevention, cultural competency and women's health care issues.

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John P. Pierce is associate director of cancer prevention and control at the Rebecca and John Moores UCSD Cancer Center. An award-winning researcher, Pierce defined U.S. smoking trends in a 1989 series of papers in the Journal of the American Medical Association, forming the basis for the year 2000 goals for the nation for tobacco. He is recognized for evaluating the effectiveness of the California Tobacco Control Program, for linking tobacco advertising to adolescent smoking, and for using telephone counseling methodology to help smokers quit.

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Dr. Francesca M. Gany is the founder and director of the Center for Immigrant Health, a network of more than 1,000 community members, social scientists, health care and public health professionals. Gany, a faculty member of the New York University School of Medicine, has extensive background in immigrant health research and policy development. She teaches primary care and immigrant health, along with health policy and medical economics.

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