Aug 31, 2018 10:00 AM


an HCI scientist crouches down to talk to a child at the open house

Every year, we open our doors to share our mission and educate our community about cancer prevention and research as part of Be Well Utah.

Interactive activities at the open house teach visitors about basic science, clinical trials, art and music therapy, HPV vaccination, radon saftey, tobacco cessation, nutrition, physical activity, sun safety, and more. Free skin cancer and head and neck cancer screenings are also offered to the community, and inspiring patients share their personal experiences of life after a cancer diagnosis. Watch Matt Pond, a brain cancer survivor, share his story on our Facebook page.

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