Breast Health Equity Course

Want to be a breast health equity advocate, or just learn more about breast health? Click the icons below to follow the four easy steps.

Pre-Survey

Test your prior knowledge of breast health and take the 30-second Breast Health "Pre-education Survey".

Pink Table Talk

Watch this frank, honest discussion on breast health that sometimes branches into territory not usually discussed.

Post-Survey

Take the Breast Health Equity "Post-education Survey" to test your knowledge of breast health.

Resources

Find helpful information on breast health and useful tips on risk reduction.

“Pink Table Talk”

“Pink Table Talk” is a frank, honest and open discussion on breast health that sometimes branches into territory not usually discussed.

Finished watching, “Pink Table Talk”?  Please take the Post-Survey.

what she said

Comments from breast cancer survivors…

In my community, there are myths and taboos about black people getting breast cancer. Mainly, that only white people get it.
melisa peters
product designer
The doctor did a biopsy, then an ultrasound, and at that point my face dropped. But I still didn’t think it was anything bad.
lisa thomas
cashier
I was the only black person in my bible study group, and everyone seemed to know more about the signs and symptoms than I did.
denise markle
Graphic Artist

breast health equity contact

Lannis Hall, M.D., M.P.H.

Health & Human Services Facet Chairman of St. Louis (MO) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated

In addition to serving as the Health & Human Services Facet Chairman of the St. louis (MO) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated, Dr. Lannis Hall is Director of Radiation Oncology at Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital, and Associate Professor of Clinical Radiation Oncology at Washington University School of Medicine.

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