First Lady Casey DeSantis Announces Florida Cancer Connect Spanish Translations
Updates include a Spanish translation of all web pages, release of new survivor videos in Spanish and English and Spanish subtitles to all current survivor videos
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Today, First Lady Casey DeSantis announced updates to Florida Cancer Connect, Florida’s centralized website providing tools for individuals and families battling cancer. Updates include a fully translated Spanish website and testimonials from Hispanic cancer survivors, recorded and produced in both Spanish and English, premiering over the next month. Existing English survivor testimonials will have Spanish subtitles available.
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“Florida Cancer Connect is an extension of our longstanding commitment to all Floridians impacted by cancer,” said First Lady Casey DeSantis. “Our goal is to make cancer resources user friendly, which is why I’m excited to announce the addition of readily available Spanish resources to increase the accessibility of support to those in the cancer fight looking for help and hope.”
Launched last month, Florida Cancer Connect is a First Lady DeSantis initiative that provides information on cancer treatment, caregiver tools and stories from brave Floridians who have fought this disease on one centralized website. The Florida Cancer Connect website updates include:
- Full Spanish translation of the website
- Hispanic survivor stories in both English and Spanish
- Spanish subtitles on existing survivor videos
Florida is second in the nation for newly diagnosed cancer cases. First Lady DeSantis is committed to supporting those facing cancer by making resources available and easily accessible through the Florida Cancer Connect webpage. The addition of full Spanish translation and Spanish testimonials will allow the webpage to reach more Floridians and spread awareness on the resources available across the state.
The website is located at flcancerconnect.com.
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