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On May 15, Dr. Kemi Doll, a gynecologic oncologist and health equity researcher, received the 2020 Beti Thompson Community Health Equity Researcher Award from the Fred Hutch/University of Washington Cancer Consortium’s Office of Community Outreach & Engagement.

Doll works to achieve better outcomes for Black women with endometrial cancer. She has engaged with local and national patient advocates to create ECANA, the Endometrial Cancer Action Network for African-Americans, a collaboration of patients, survivors, doctors, community advocates and leaders, which functions as a research project, support network and tool for policy change.