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Stop A Doc Contest

Winners to our contest have been determined!

The goal of the video contest is to educate patients and healthcare professionals about the unique needs of adolescent and young adult cancer patients. The video is a creative way to make a difference and help get survival rates up! A doctor needs to answer “Yes” to the five questions in the Stop A Doc kit before working with a 15 to 39 year old who may have cancer, or has been diagnosed with cancer. An adolescent or young adult (AYA) patient needs to ask five questions to his or her doctor before getting cancer treatment.

Watch one the videos submitted by a contest winner!

WINNERS ANNOUNCED!

Three winners were announced from each contest category.

 

Two Contest Categories:

  1. For patients, caregivers, SeventyK supporters and interested individuals: Videos showed what five questions to ask a doc to raise awareness about the unique needs of adolescents and young adults (AYAs) with cancer.
  2. For doctors, healthcare professionals and medical students: Videos demonstrated what they know about the five questions an adolescent or young adult (AYA) with cancer should ask before getting treatment. Healthcare professionals and providers in the know can improve the survival rates of AYAs!

Prize & Winner Announcement: The top three videos as judged by the public in each of the two contest categories were named the contest winners. The following prizes were awarded in each category:

  • 1st: $1,500
  • 2nd: $300
  • 3rd: $200

Learn more about the contest and read the contest rules and eligibility.

If you have questions or comments, please email contact@seventyk.org.

Stop A Doc Video Contest

Stop A Doc Video Contest - WINNERS ANNOUNCED!

Two categories:

  • Patients, caregivers or interested individuals ask their healthcare providers the five important questions about adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer.
  • Healthcare professionals or students demonstrate that they know the five points regarding the unique needs of adolescent and young adults (AYAs) with cancer.

 

VIEW STOP A DOC CONTEST WINNERS!