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Cancer Survivorship Center

Our Mission is to create, expand, and disseminate knowledge addressing survivorship across the cancer continuum
Our Vision is to conduct research that alleviates the impact of cancer in South Carolina, the nation, and the world.

A focus of the center is identifying and intervening on factors that produce an unequal burden of suffering, particularly among minority populations. 

Center Co-Directors

Core Faculty

Current projects 

  • Psychometric analysis of Powe fatalism inventory modified
  • Social connection in African-American women with breast cancer
  • Treatment adherence in African-American women with breast cancer
  • Interval breast cancers among African-American women
  • Travel distance and breast cancer mortality among a multicultural cohort
  • Road congestion and breast cancer incidence and mortality in South Carolina
  • Innovative uses of geospatial methods in breast cancer disparities research
  • The Sistas Inspiring Sistas Through Activity and Support (SISTAS) study
  • Partnerships with federally qualified health centers to acquire and utilize health data