2017 Dialogue

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2017 Dialogue for Action®!
April 19-21, 2017
Hilton McLean Tysons Corner
McLean, VA
Conveniently located to both National/Reagan and Dulles airports

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Early Bird Registration through February 28, 2017: $245
Full Registration after February 28, 2017: $295
On-site Registration April 19-21, 2017: $350

About This Year’s Conference

2017 Dialogue for Action® On Cancer Screening & Prevention.

This will be Prevent Cancer Foundation’s nineteenth annual Dialogue for Action®. This year’s planned topics include: social determinants of health; key legislation; prevention initiatives to reduce health disparities; research trends and advancements in cancer prevention and early detection; developments in imaging for cancer screening; the Precision Medicine Initiative; updates on screening guidelines; global prevention and early detection; and more.

The Dialogue for Action® is a program focused on increasing cancer screening as part of a comprehensive and coordinated cancer prevention strategy through:

  • An annual national conference
  • Projects with Native American tribes and urban Indian health organizations
  • Projects with states and regions

2017 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

picture1Garth Graham, MD, MPH, President, Aetna Foundation will kick things off with his opening keynote address Social Determinants of Health—Your Zip Code Says More About Your Health Than Your Genetic Code.

 

 

 

Castle_photo_2015 MobileOdt_RwandaPhilip Castle, PhD, MPH, Global Coalition against Cervical Cancer and Albert Einstein College of Medicine will provide the closing keynote address Mobilizing for Global Prevention and Early Detection of Cervical Cancer.

 

 

*Check back soon for additional speaker announcements! 

2017 Dialogue for Action® – Important Dates

Poster Abstract Submission Deadline

October 27, 2016

Early Bird Registration Closes ($245)

February 28, 2017

Conference Hotel Block Closes

March 24, 2017

Last Day to Register Online ($295)

April 18, 2017

Questions? Contact Lisa Han at lisa.han@preventcancer.org