Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center

Educational Resources


The Office of Outreach and Health Disparities offers a variety of compelling educational resources to promote awareness of the importance of cancer screening, prevention, and treatment. We offer free online tools to help audiences learn about cancer-detection tests and learn how to calculate their personal risks for cancer. The OOHD works to help host community plays and monologues to raise awareness about cancer prevention. We also provide a free online decision aid that assists women in making informed decision about treatment options for breast cancer.

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Community Network for Cancer Prevention


The OOHD at the Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center, in collaboration with Baylor College of Medicine’s Department of Family and Community Medicine was awarded a three-year, $2.5 million, prevention grant from the Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas.

This collaborative, known as the Community Network for Cancer Prevention, was established for the purpose of improving HPV, breast, colorectal and cervical cancer screening services and referral and follow-up processes for medically underserved Harris County residents with abnormal colorectal and cervical cancer screening tests. CNCP’s primary goal is to raise awareness about colorectal and cervical cancer prevention.


Cancer Resource Websites


To learn more about colorectal and cervical cancer, here is a listing of useful web sites.

American Cancer Society

  • Cancer information for patients, family, friends, and survivors
  • Facts and figures, treatment decision tools, clinical trials, personal stories

National Cancer Institute

  • Coordination of research projects conducted by universities, hospitals, research foundations and businesses throughout the world
  • Information on all types of cancer as well as clinical trials

Cancer Care

  • Professional support services for anyone affected by cancer
  • Counseling, education, financial assistance and practical help provided free of charge by trained oncology social workers

MD Anderson Cancer Center

  • Integrated programs in cancer treatment, clinical trials, education programs and cancer prevention
  • Information on all types of cancer as well as clinical trials