LGBTQ Best and Promising Practices for Cancer

Cancer has indelibly left a disproportionate mark on the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) communities. We understand more than ever how the stress and stigma experienced by sexual and gender minority communities interacts with cancer, one of the most devastating of health challenges. It is with great pride that LGBT HealthLink: The Network for Health Equity and the National LGBT Cancer Network present the LGBT Best and Promising Practices Throught the Cancer Continuum.

http://www.lgbthealthlink.org/Projects/Cancer-Best-Practices

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Cancer has indelibly left a disproportionate mark on the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) communities. We understand more than ever how the stress and stigma experienced by sexual and gender minority communities interacts with cancer, one of the most devastating of health challenges. It is with great pride that LGBT HealthLink: The Network for Health Equity and the National LGBT Cancer Network present the LGBT Best and Promising Practices Throught the Cancer Continuum.

http://www.lgbthealthlink.org/Projects/Cancer-Best-Practices

This report includes policy reccomendations and technical assistance in implementation.

Contact LGBT HealthLink or call at 954-765-6024 for technical assistance to support implementation of these best practices.

 

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