The Wisconsin Cancer Council is a coalition of organizations dedicated to the development and coordination of a comprehensive cancer control program in Wisconsin.
The objective of the Wisconsin Cancer Council is to reduce the burden of cancer in the state of Wisconsin by:
The Wisconsin Cancer Council (WCC) was founded in the early 1980's by Dr. Paul P. Carbone, then Director of the University of Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Center (UWCCC), and Mr. Gerald Doelle, Executive Vice President of the American Cancer Society-Wisconsin Division.
The Wisconsin Cancer Council has 87 member organizations (click here to see the member organization directory)
The Wisconsin Cancer Council has several operational committees. Please click on the committee name to go to the committee's webpage:
Interested in joining the WI Cancer Council? Click here for more information