White-Johnson earns award as a Rural Health Champion
Freddie White-Johnson, program director of the Mississippi Network for Cancer Control and Prevention at the University of Southern Mississippi, has been recognized as a 2013 Rural Health Champion by the University of Mississippi Medical Center. White-Johnson also serves as founder and president of the Fannie Lou Hamer Cancer Foundation, a non-profit organization that offers financial support and other resources to bolster the Network’s efforts.
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