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A collaborative approach to cancer control.

We help cancer organizations network, share, and learn. Working together, we can make the greatest impact on cancer outcomes in our communities.

County Cancer Profiles

Access key cancer statistics.


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November 1 & 2, 2023 | Wilderness Resort, Wisconsin Dells, WI

We bring together experts and advocates from across Wisconsin to explore emerging issues, gain tangible tools, and network with other cancer control leaders.

Join us at the 2023 Wisconsin Cancer Summit and gain inspiration from the work and stories of people in your community while also learning about your role in the cancer plan and how to improve health outcomes in Wisconsin.

Exhibit and sponsorship opportunities are available!

Latest Resources

Colonoscopy Availability Report

Assessment of availability of colonoscopy services in Wisconsin.

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Updated County Cancer Profiles

Use this interactive data dashboard to identify potential needs in your community, create evidence-based programming, raise public awareness, and more.

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Breast Cancer Report

A report from the Wisconsin Reducing Breast Cancer Disparities Leadership Team "Breast Cancer Disparities Between Black and White Women in Wisconsin".

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Wisconsin Cancer Plan 2020-2030

The Wisconsin Cancer Plan 2020-2030 offers best practices, reliable data, and action steps to guide your work.

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Cancer Survival Ratios Report

Survival report provides a breakdown of cancer survival ratios in Wisconsin.

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Resources for Community Outreach

How-To Sheets offer straightforward answers to questions about cancer risk, screenings, and insurance coverage, so that patients can make informed choices about their health. Also available in Spanish

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Let's work together.

Our team can connect you with the partners, best practices, resources, and data you need to reduce the cancer burden in your community.