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3rd annual Ft. Defiance Cancer Awareness Conference set for June 5
Date:6/3/2010

iance Indian Hospital, said the annual conferences has played an important role in helping her patients and their families understand cancer diagnosis, treatment and care.

"In a culture where traditionally one does not speak the word 'cancer,' attitudes are changing. People are realizing that screening and early detection are an important part of their healthcare routine. The patients undergoing cancer treatment, as well as their families, feel a greater sense of support and caring from the hospital staff. They have been empowered to ask about and explore treatment options, and to make informed decisions about their care.

"Our elders teach that we should never joke or tease each other about diseases and abnormal conditions that affect the mind, body and spirit. With this information going in the hands of the community we have been striving to blend the ways of the Medicine Men and Women with the Western Medicine. It is my dream to combine both to promote well-being," said Morgan-Flowers, who has tended the health needs of the Navajo Nation since 1996.


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The Translational Genomics Research Institute
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