Content is aimed at supporting more robust engagement with Hispanic/Latino community.
Recently, the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) launched additional content on its Spanish transcreated website.
Launched last fall as one of several critical ways to support more robust advocacy engagement with the Hispanic/Latino community, fightcancer.org/es now includes content related to ACS CAN’s work in access to care, access to health insurance, cancer prevention, colorectal cancer, tobacco control and smoke-free, Puerto Rico and Medicaid in the U.S. Territories.
ACS CAN’s Spanish transcreated website includes content from high-impact campaigns that were identified to be the greatest interest to Hispanic adults, in addition to key content from states with the highest Hispanic populations. The new content joins existing breast and cervical cancer and cancer research funding campaign page content, as well as state page content for Arizona, California, Florida, Texas, Illinois, and New York.
The website can be accessed by visiting https://www.fightcancer.org/es and https://www.juntoscontraelcancer.org/ (Together Against Cancer).