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  The Center for Population Health and Health Disparities is a program of the Cancer Control and Population Science Program (CCPSP) at the University of Illinois at Chicago Cancer Center.
  CCPSP has as its overal mission to develop research initiatives that address cancer control and prevention questions with specific reference to those segments of the population that experience an unequal burden of cancer.
  Richard B. Warnecke, Ph.D., professor of urban planning and public affairs, sociology, and epidemiology/biostatistics, serves as director of the Program for Cancer Control and Population Sciences, which provides scientific linkage to the UIC Cancer Center. Among current activities, the Program supports teams investigating four levels of impact on breast cancer disparity: community, interpersonal network, individual, and access to care.






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Last update 12.14.04