The main goals ofthe Health Behavior, Communication and Outreach Core are to: Provide support for SCC investigators incorporating epidemiological, psychological, and health education methods in their research. ? Assist SCC investigators in reaching minority and underserved populations, addressing their needs, and evaluating approaches to reducing inequalities in cancer prevention and care. ? Facilitate development of Prevention &Control Research Program and its collaboration with Clinical &Translational, Oncologic Imaging and Basic Research Programs of the SCC Research Training

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The Health Behavior, Communication and Outreach Core provides services to investigators engaged in Prevention and Control and Clinical/Translational research. The Core has played a role In the SCC initiative to identify and address disparities in minority access to clinical and population-based research, providing services not otherwise available to researchers.

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