The National LGBT Cancer Network
Take Care of That Body
Cultural Competence Training
NY1 News reports on the video and cultural competence training program: New Program Attempts To Eliminate Barriers For LGBT Patients - NY1.com
The National LGBT Cancer Network's mission is to improve the lives of LGBT people with cancer and those at risk. We educate the LGBT community, train healthcare providers and advocate for LGBT inclusion in national cancer organizations, research and the media.
- Did you know that LGBT people are at higher risk for cancer?
Learn more about the LGBT community's disproportionate cancer burden.
- Are you a healthcare provider?
We have a program to train healthcare professionals in LGBT cultural competence.
- Do you want to learn about your own cancer risk?
Create a personalized cancer risk assessment.
- Do you want to work to lower LGBT cancer health disparities?
Learn about becoming a local Network Hub.
Contact UsThe National LGBT Cancer Network
136 West 16 St. #1E
New York, NY 10011
The National LGBT Cancer Network was formerly known as The LGBT Cancer Project.
In the Media
Executive Director, Liz Margolies, is interviewed by the New York State Department of Health.
HHC and National LGBT Cancer Network announce partnership in New York City.
Liz Margolies speaks at the HHC/National LGBT Cancer Network press conference on 5/25/11 in New York City
Executive Director, Liz Margolies, on a lesbian cancer panel at Gilda's Club Delaware Valley
Executive Director, Liz Margolies, on Heath Riddles, a public affairs radio program in Austin
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