Vietnamese Cancer Awareness Research and Education Society
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Make sure to check out all three of our internships to see which one is right for you. All information can be found HERE. GOOD LUCK!!
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To our patients: we are temporarily not accepting new patients and will be providing services through telemedicine. Appointments can now be made over the phone at
Đối với bệnh nhân của chúng tôi: chúng tôi tạm thời không tiếp nhận bệnh nhân mới và sẽ cung cấp dịch vụ thông qua y học từ xa. Hiện có thể đặt lịch hẹn qua điện thoại theo số (916) 542-2737
In Collaboration with Paul Hom Asian Clinic
Primary care services are offered every Saturday from 8-12 PM. We recommend that you come to one of the Saturday clinics prior to making an appointment for a Sunday Clinic.
Week 1: Primary Care + Musculoskeletal
Week 2: Primary Care + Psychiatry + Pharmacy Consultation
Week 3: Primary Care
Week 4: Primary Care + Dermatology
NOTICE: due to COVID-19 we are temporarily only providing Primary Care services
Cancer Screening Services
Occur on the first Sunday of every month in collaboration with Paul Hom Asian Clinic, the UC Davis School of Medicine medical students, and medical doctors.
Free preventative cancer screenings for both female and male patients are provided:
Breast Cancer: Females: 40 years or older
Cervical Cancer: Females: 21 - 65 years old
Prostate Cancer: Males: 50 years or older
Colorectal Cancer: Males: 45 years or older & Females: 50 years or older
Liver Cancer (Hepatitis B): Males/Females: Any age
NOTICE: due to COVID-19 our screening services are temporarily suspended.
Research and Education Outreach Programs
Play for Thought
Play for Thought is a committee that organizes a series of educational events for children which aim to instill the idea of a healthy lifestyle through hands-on activities. We currently present at the Yolo County Library and Friends of the Davis Library.
Patient Advocate Committee
In collaboration with the Vietnamese School of Mary Help of Christians Center and Lac Hong Vietnamese School, interns will educate high school students about prevalent health issues in the Vietnamese community. Interns will also help students learn new Vietnamese words relating to the topic and provide translation practices.
Health Resources Committee
A committee focused on developing health and educational resources that are easily accessible and understandable for patients to improve their awareness of prevalent health issues and personal health. We will create online and physical resources such as infographics and brochures to distribute to families and in-clinic patients.