Cancer Institute Teaches Sun Safety at Scranton School for Deaf & Hard of Hearing ChildrenThe Northeast Regional Cancer Institute recently presented an education program on Sun Safety to students at The Scranton School for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children.

Alison Haegler, a Cancer Institute intern and Community Health Education major at the University of Scranton, led the interactive program aimed at teaching the students to protect themselves from sun exposure that can lead to skin cancer.

Pictured after the presentation are: (first row, from left) Alison Haegler, Cancer Institute Intern; Carl Bradshaw; Adolfo Rivera; Jonathan Border; Robert Schwenk; and Lemuel Riolo.  In the second row, from left are: Chariel Chinea; Auden Ledden; Nick Bonifanti; Luis Castro; and Kim Dougherty, Scranton School Nurse.