Cancer InCytes is a (FREE, non-profit) e-magazine that talks about the medical needs of oppressed or disadvantaged people: child slaves, the homeless, minorities, etc. Our articles become training material for law enforcement, advocates, clinicians, academics, community leaders, and your next-door neighbor. We educate the public about why childhood trauma increases a person’s chances of getting cancer, just like how smoking increases your chances of getting lung cancer. David H. Nguyen, Ph.D.
Cancer InCytes Magazine d.hh.nguyen [at] cancerincytes.org Katherine Welch, M.D. Medical Director, Global Health Promise Founder, Relentless Editorial Advisor, Cancer InCytes Magazine go.relentless [at] gmail.com Steve Mason, Ph.D. Senior Editor of Biological Sciences Cancer InCytes Magazine s.mason [at] cancerincytes.org Juliana Zhu, Esq. Senior Editor of Culture & Policy Cancer InCytes Magazine jzhu [at] cancerincytes.org Sharon E. Chin, MPH Social Media Editor Cancer InCytes Magazine sharon.chin [at] cancerincytes.org