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AICAF Supports President Biden's Call to End Cancer
AICAF's Board of Directors and Interim CEO Melissa Buffalo, MS (Meskwaki) applaud President Joe Biden’s call to “end cancer as we know it”. President Biden’s proposal to create an advanced health research agency within the National Institutes of Health (NIH) comes at a crucial time, and we truly believe breakthroughs in cancer research, prevention, and treatment would greatly benefit Native people.
AICAF Resources for COVID-19
AICAF is closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We remain heavily invested in the health and safety of our relatives, and will continue to support the well-being of Indigenous communities across the nation. Visit our COVID-19 web page for all the latest culturally-tailored resources and updates surrounding the pandemic.
United States Preventive Service Task Force Updates Screening Guidlines for HCV
Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) is an infection that causes liver inflammation. The United States Preventive Service Task Force recently updated its recommendations for HCV screening to include all adults aged 18 to 79 years. Download our new community and clinic resources to help you understand these new guidelines, and spread the word about the importance of HCV screening in Native communities.
Join Our Board of Directors!
AICAF is now accepting nominations for Indigenous leaders to serve on its Board of Directors for up to three two-year terms. Nominees should have a passion for Native health and should be committed to reducing cancer burdens in our communities. For more information on how to nominate a qualified leader, please contact email@example.com or call 612.314.4848.
AICAF CEO Transition
AICAF is sad to announce the resignation of CEO Kris Rhodes, MPH (Bad River & Fond du Lac Bands of Lake Superior Chippewa). After a decade of service, Rhodes will leave the organization in late 2020 to pursue new professional ventures.