*UPDATED 2/2/2023* The 2022 Updates to the CDC Cancer Cluster Guidelines and how they motivate new research
The session will be about CDCs updates to our cancer cluster guidance that will be released soon. The goal will be to motivate academia to coordinate with public health officials to perform more quantitative assessments of cancer cluster alarms within communities where cancer cluster alarms are raised, and to motivate research across communities to better leverage statistical power to assess unusual patterns of cancer over larger geographies. We have developed better quantitative tools for assessing cancer clusters but the scientific capacity to use them varies widely within public health departments. Therefore, academic research centers could help fill that void to assist health departments with these types of investigations and to leverage their potential to learn more about the environmental risks factors for cancers.
This seminar will be held on ZOOM ONLY (no in-person option). In order to receive the Zoom link and passcode, you must register at: https://duke.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEvce2vrjsvGd3xwNp7E1rw9Llm3Gf-a_1p
View full seminar details at: https://sites.nicholas.duke.edu/envhealth/seminars-symposia/spring2023seminar/09feb2023/