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Title: UMB CURE 2017: Nasopharyngeal Cancer Prevalence Among African Americans
NasopharyngealCancerArtworkBraxton.jpg  (3.39 MB)  Artwork
NasopharyngealCancerAmirahBraxton2017.pdf  (389.49 kB)  Poster
Authors: Braxton, Amirah
Date: 2017-07-14
Subject Keywords: Cancer
CURE (Program)
Nasopharynx--Cancer
Healthcare Disparities
African Americans
Sponsors: Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center, Univeristy of Maryland, Baltimore.
Description: Included are a poster and accompanying artwork inspired by the topic of the poster. The artwork depicts the healthy and unhealthy conditions. Prepared by middle school CURE scholars, these were presented at Davidge Hall on July 14, 2017 as part of a competition focused on public health topics. UMB CURE Scholars Program - Seventh Grade Cohort 1, Franklin Square Elementary Middle School, Baltimore, MD.
Type: Poster/Presentation
Image, 3-D
Appears in Collections:UMB CURE Scholars Program

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