Carlos Andres Lopez, NMSU Published 11:03 a.m. MT March 30, 2019

From left, Adriena Hernandez,, Clara Reyes, Dr. Rebecca Palacios, Karoline Sondgeroth and Isela Garcia. Palacios, associate professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences at New Mexico State University, and her research team will launch the university’s first clinical trial this year to evaluate the effectiveness of a cancer education program tailored for Hispanic women with school-aged children. The clinical trial will continue until 2021. (Photo: Josh Bachman/NMSU)

A research team at New Mexico State University will launch one of the university’s first clinical trials this year to evaluate the effectiveness of a cancer-parenting education program adapted for Hispanic mothers recently diagnosed with early-stage cancer who have children between the ages of

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