Community Grand Rounds, the premier program of the Center for Community Health and Vitality (CCHV), is a series of events held in a community setting focusing on how the University of Chicago research can help improve health on the South Side. The series includes networking opportunities, formal presentations, and question-and-answer sessions on a variety of issues. This proven format allows University investigators to talk with community members about existing research projects that can improve health and wellness. Series topics are determined by community members in partnership with University faculty. The November 10, 2012, Community Grand Rounds focused on the topic of “Love and Live: Breast and Cervical Cancer Awareness for Mothers and Daughters.” This event provided female caretakers and the school-aged females in their lives an opportunity to join CCHV and invited speakers for a candid and informative discussion.