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The report addresses the leading cause of death among the state’s nearly 7 million residents by identifying cancer research priorities and highlighting collaborative efforts currently underway. HCC produced the report in collaboration with ...

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HCC designed and built a new website to help the Center meet an increasing demand for palliative care professionals. 

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HCC gave a number of presentations targeting the interests and needs of specific audiences: clinical investigators and study coordinators, institutional informatics leadership, population health researchers, and the national health communication community.

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A new DFCI campaign developed by HCC can be seen around town on buses and subway cars, in T stations and at bus shelters, and in local newspapers.

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HCC worked with Douglas Krakower, MD, to develop UP: Understanding PrEP, a decision tool for men and their healthcare providers.

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HCC developed and launched the website for the ABC Trial as an informational site for people who have joined the study and for those who may be interested in joining.

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HCC developed transit displays as part of a public awareness campaign promoting bicycling as a form of active transportation to help address health disparities in Boston neighborhoods.

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Marking its 40th anniversary, HCC developed a new logo for the Nurses' Health Study and launched its first dedicated website.

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A new $10 million gift from the Belfer Center’s long-standing supporters, Mr. and Mrs. Belfer, was announced--earmarked for paving the way to the next generation of cancer treatments.

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HCC is providing patient-centered communication services for 4 PCORI-funded projects in which patients help guide the research process and contribute to the results.

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Ann Partridge, MD, received a $1.75 million, five-year grant from the CDC to expand the Young and Strong program to DFCI satellite sites and community network locations in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Connecticut.

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HCC is working with the Depression Clinical and Research Program at Massachusetts General Hospital to address recruitment challenges and increase participation in depression research.

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Researchers with an end-of-life communication study that garnered recent media attention, including The Boston Globe and NPR station WBUR, turned to HCC to help maximize the readability of its innovative "checklist."

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