The Multicultural Media Outreach (MMO) Program at the National Cancer Institute’s (NCI’s) Office of Communications and Education is the contact point for multicultural media outlets seeking evidence-based cancer information, education materials, and news tailored to minority communities affected by cancer health disparities. NCI works with media partners to disseminate culturally relevant information through media interviews, drop-in articles for ethnic newspapers, video vignettes, and other Web-based and social media.
We encourage reuse of the materials listed here. If you are a reporter, editor, or producer of multicultural media and want to develop a story or obtain population-specific cancer information, please contact us (see end of page for contact information).
Lifelines™ Cancer Education Series: Resources for Multicultural Media
Ready-to-use articles, videos and audio segments about cancer topics that are tailored to minority communities affected by cancer health disparities.
Featuring videos on a wide range of topics, including colorectal, breast, and cervical cancer, tobacco use and lung cancer, complementary and alternative medicine, and nutrition and cancer risk.
Cancer Education Webinars for Multicultural Media
These webinars from NCI are intended to educate multicultural media professionals about the impact of cancer and other diseases on special populations, including African American, Hispanic, Asian American, and American Indian/Alaska Native communities.
Connect with the Multicultural Media Staff
Multicultural information and news, including tools developed specifically for journalists reporting on cancer at minority media outlets.
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E-mail us: email@example.com
Call us: 301-496-9096
Write to us:
Multicultural Media Outreach Team
Office of Communications and Education
National Cancer Institute
6116 Executive Blvd., Suite 410
Bethesda, MD 20892