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Commited to a World Free of TB

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Many advances have occurred since March 24 of 1882, the day that Dr. Robert Koch discovered the cause of tuberculosis. There is still much left to do in order to eradicate this disease on a global level. For example:

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2011 Year In Review | Migrant Clinicians Network

2-page highlight of MCN's services and programs in action during 2011 available in English and Spanish.

MCN's Year in Review 2011 is also available as the Prezi interactive presentation.





LIVESTRONG helps anyone affected by cancer — whether you have cancer or are a caregiver, family member or friend of someone diagnosed LIVESTRONG helps you understand your options, what to expect and what questions to ask. And we offer one-on-one support all along the way.


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TBNet: Ensuring continuity of care through global trans-border patient navigation

A resource discussing TBNet. Ensuring continuity of care thrugh global trans-border patient navigation. Topics include: Global trans-border patient navigation, Barriers for Continuity of Care, Pre-Enrollment Education, Confidentiality, Pre-enrollment education assurance to the patient, and Forms.

Clinical Services Consultation

MCN's expert clinical team can provide both on-site and distance consultation services. The experienced team provides a number of critical services including consultation on clinic systems, protocols and procedures as well as program development and evaluation; patient tracking and bridge case management; environmental and occupational medicine, pesticide awareness, and worker’s compensation issues for health centers; immigration and how it effects health centers.

Health Network (HN)

Clinicians serving mobile populations face unique challenges for care delivery and follow–up. Some of the challenges are high rates of ”no–shows“ and lost to follow–up and limited availability of a complete medical history. Many clinics offer outreach services and mobile clinics to be able to serve their population of focus. Nevertheless clinics are still unable to provide patients with appropriate follow–up, and lose track of them as soon as they move to a new location, especially if there is no Community Health Center in the new area.


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Breast Cancer Network of Strength

The mission of Breast Cancer Network of Strength is to ensure, through information, empowerment and peer support, that no one faces breast cancer alone. Support programs, outreach programs, breast health workshops, wigs and prostheses banks for women with limited resources. 1-800-221-2141 (interpreters in 150 languages). (Formerly known as Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization)

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