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Denise Brock

Denise has over 30 years of varying experience in and out of the healthcare arena.  In August 2009 she joined The Global Resource for Advancing Cancer Education as one of its first employees.  She has grown with the organization and now oversees the operational movement of programs, efficiency, and effectiveness within the organization, as well as the daily processes and functions.  


Current Patient Education Video Series Navigation
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Many series of Patient Education materials can be viewed in the EDUCATE drop-down in the navigation bar!
Denise Brock

Did you know that current GRACE programs can be accessed under our EDUCATE navigation bar?  

If you want to keep up on what content GRACE is producing, or if there is a specific program you are interested in seeing throughout the years, there are many ways to find that information.  One of the best tools is the navigation drop-down under EDUCATE.  

GRACE Navigation bar drop down

So much important information lives on the GRACE website, we are often finding that keeping everyone up to date on what information is available can be a daunting task!  The list of programs under the EDUCATE dropdown will continue to grow and keep the most up-to-date, edited information available for our community.  


Another excellent place to find the newest GRACE information is our YouTube channel, found at  We also are always happy to answer a question through our Forums, available at

Last but not least, you can search for information on the GRACE site via the search box in the upper right corner! 


And of course for questions or concerns, please contact us through our contact form at  

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