More people in Wisconsin are surviving cancer, and often experience unique health needs spanning their lifetime. June is National Cancer Survivorship Awareness Month and June 4th is National Cancer Survivors Day, which helps highlight these experiences and needs.
We’ve curated a round-up of cancer survivorship resources for you to use this month and year round.
- Wisconsin Cancer Registry Experience
- A survey for Wisconsin survivors and caregivers to share their experiences to help inform the Wisconsin Cancer Collaborative about critical needs in Wisconsin. Please consider sharing the Cancer Experience Registry with your network of individuals impacted by cancer.
- Wisconsin Cancer Collaborative Survivorship Program Page
- Various resources including reports, peer-reviewed publications, and resource compilations on Wisconsin-specific data and resources.
- Cancer Survivorship Awareness Toolkit
- Social media messages to use in June and throughout the year to raise awareness about cancer survivors and the issues that matter most to them.
- Celebrate Indigenous Life Social Media Toolkit and Survivor Story Series
- Social media messages and a collection of cancer stories to be used in June to raise awareness about Indigenous Cancer Survivors and uplift voices of Native survivors.
- Survivorship Chapter, Wisconsin Cancer Plan 2020-2030
- Strategies and action steps designed to make sure your survivorship work aligns with evidence-based practices and areas of greatest need.
- Wisconsin Cancer Collaborative Resource Center
- By filtering by the keyword “Survivorship” in the Wisconsin Cancer Collaborative Resource Center, you can find all of the survivorship related resources on our website.