A visionary group of breast cancer advocates, experts and educators join forces to support the study of cancer in the classroom with a deeply engaging program created for high school students, parents, and teachers.
Nurse Practitioners (APN) and registered nurses (RNs) assist patients, families, and communities in achieving, keeping, and recovering optimal health, educating patients, and delivering treatment.
Basic researchers and translational researchers are involved in the research process within science and medicine through the study of ‘science for science sake’ to determine general scientific principles without involving clinical trials.
Physicians are responsible for diagnosing and treating patients, doing physical examinations and using different imaging tools such as x-rays or CAT scans to determine the best treatment for each patient.
Dietitians apply the science of dietetics and nutrition to the planning and preparation of foods and dietary regulation in connection with health and disease.
A physician assistant is a practitioner who examines patients under the supervision of a physician in internal medicine or other specialty area.
Patient navigators strive to simplify the process of accessing and utilizing health care and provide guidance to patients in navigating through our complex health care system.
Physical and occupational therapists are medical professionals who help people who have physical injuries or impairments heal and recover from those injuries.