Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
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A: MOH is a voluntary network where West Virginians concerned about cancer work together to reduce the state’s caner burden.
Q: What is the Cancer Resource Guide?
A: The CRG is an online database for patients, care givers, and professionals to find cancer resources.
Q: What is Living Beyond Cancer?
A: Living Beyond Cancer is a resource for cancer survivors and their caregivers. Both a podcast series, a free, private Facebook support group, and continuing education for primary care providers are available.
Q: How do I join the coalition?
Q: What is the WV cancer plan?
A: The cancer plan is a framework that envisions cancer control as a system where everyone has a role and contributes to its improvement.
Q: How does joining MOH help me with my own work? Our organization’s mission?
A: The primary benefit of joining is the ability to network and connect with other cancer control professionals and advocates in the state. By connecting resources and collaborating on projects at the local, regional, and statewide level members gain knowledge and can influence decisions about cancer control in their communities and state.
Q: What are the three sub-committees? Why should I join a subcommittee OR What benefits are there from serving on a subcommittee?
A: These are the three subcommittees: Prevention, Early Detection, and Quality of Life Cancer is a complex and costly disease, tackling it is difficult to do alone. Subcommittees are focused on networking, finding funding, and building skills and knowledge so that together we can reduce the cancer burden.
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