Cancer is a scary diagnosis, but early detection and treatment can help improve the chances that you will survive and spend many more good years with your loved ones. Some tribes are working with health experts to bring the latest information and research on cancer to their communities. Have you or a loved one survived cancer? What advice do you now share with others?
Nancy Smith – Director of Nursing for the Health Clinicof the Poarch Band of Creek Indians
Kellen Polingyumptewa (Hopi) – community health representative with the Partnership for Native American Cancer Prevention
Madeline Sahneyah (Hopi and Tewa) – Health Educator for the Hopi Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program
Break Music: Reindeer (song) Pamyua (artist) Caught In The Act (album)