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First Place in Minority Reporting - awarded by Utah Headliners Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists

Lisa Rosetta's four-part series on the cultural divides that hinders cancer treatment for Navajos in Utah won first place for minority issues reporting in the 2009 Society of Professional Journalists state contest.

Read the story and Rosetta's comments in The Fellowship Story Showcase.

Lisa Rosetta's Work

My four-part series, a project of the 2008 National Health Journalism Fellowship, won first place for minority issue reporting in the state's Society of Professional Journalists contest. It examined the cultural factors which prevent Navajos from receiving cancer treatment through western medicine and the "patient navigators" who are trying to bridge the divide.

My four-part series, a project of theĀ 2008 National Health Journalism Fellowship, won first place for minority issue reporting in the state's Society of Professional Journalists contest. It examined the cultural factors which prevent Navajos from receiving cancer treatment through western medicine and the "patient navigators" who are trying to bridge the divide.