Helping you respond to the pandemic

COVID-19 has affected almost every part of cancer care in Wisconsin. We're tailoring our resources to meet your needs as you navigate the pandemic. We will get through this together.

How is the COVID-19 pandemic affecting your cancer work? Your responses to our COVID-19 Questionnaire will inform our efforts.

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Cancer Screening and COVID-19

Many people have missed cancer screenings during the pandemic. We can help them safely get back on track.

COVID-19 and Cancer Patients

Let's do our part to keep cancer patients and survivors safe during the pandemic.

Fact Sheets

How to Get Safely Screened for Cancer During the Pandemic

Cancer screenings shouldn't stop because of COVID-19. Use this Fact Sheet to illustrate cancer prevention and detection strategies in easy-to-understand ways. Download and share with patients, partners, community members.


COVID-19, Cancer Screenings, Care, and the Impacts on our Tribal Communities A special webinar featuring Share the Care (9/9/21)
The Financial Toxicity of Cancer: Causes, Effects, and Potential Solutions (8/12/21)
Health Insurance Access and the Impact on Cancer Outcomes (7/8/21)
All About Adolescent Vaccinations - The latest information on COVID-19, HPV, and adolescent immunization (6/10/21)
Skin Cancer Prevention during the Pandemic (5/13/2021)
Cancer Policy Review and Outlook for 2021 (4/8/2021)
Colorectal Cancer Screening (3/11/2021)

View related resources  (Because of speaker restrictions, this webinar was not recorded)

The Challenges of Rapidly Developing & Distributing COVID-19 Vaccines (1/28/2021)
COVID-19 and Cancer: Where Are We Now? (12/10/2020)
COVID-19 and Cancer Risk Reduction (7/9/2020)
COVID-19, Cancer Screening, and Routine Vaccines (6/11/2020)
COVID-19 and Cancer Treatment (5/14/2020)
COVID-19 and Cancer Patients (4/9/2020)

Searchable Resource Center

Explore our Resource Center for additional tools to use in your cancer control work. We regularly update our resource library, and we welcome your resource requests and suggestions!

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How is COVID-19 affecting your work? We are tailoring our work to meet your needs as the pandemic continues. Let us know how we can help.

External Resources

COVID-19 affects virtually every aspect of the cancer care continuum. Below is a vetted list of resources for a variety of audiences and interests.

External Resources

Cancer Patients

Health Care Providers

ASCO Coronavirus Resources, American Society of Clinical Oncology

Coronavirus Responses, Association of Community Cancer Centers

Healthcare Professionals: Frequently Asked Questions and Answers, CDC

Lung Cancer and COVID-19 Resources, Lung Cancer Research Foundation

Some blood cancer patients do not produce detectable antibodies to the COVID-19 vaccine, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

Highly variable SARS-CoV-2 spike antibody responses to two doses of COVID-19 RNA vaccination in patients with multiple myeloma, Cancer Cell

COVID-19: Native Americans are vaccinated at the highest rate in the U.S., COLORLINES

COVID-19 prevalence and mortality in patients with cancer and the effect of primary tumour subtype and patient demographics: a prospective cohort studyThe Lancet

COVID-19 Severity and Outcomes in Patients With Cancer: A Matched Cohort StudyJournal of Clinical Oncology

ACS Guidance on Cancer Screening During COVID-19American Cancer Society

COVID-19 Severity and Outcomes in Patients With Cancer: A Matched Cohort Study, Journal of Clinical Oncology

Covid-19 Pandemic—An Opportunity to Reduce and Eliminate Low-Value Practices in Oncology?JAMA Oncology

Adaptive immunity to SARS-CoV-2 in cancer patients: The CAPTURE studymedRxiv

ESMO Statements for Vaccination Against Covid-19 In Patients With Cancer, ESMO

Similarities in Risk for COVID-19 and Cancer DisparitiesClinical Cancer Research

ASCO Coronavirus Resources, American Society of Clinical Oncology

Transmission Risk

Cancer Care Management

COVID-19 and Cancer: Lessons From a Pooled Meta-Analysis, American Society of Clinical Oncology 

Managing Cancer Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Agility and Collaboration Toward a Common Goal, Journal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network

JNCCN: How to Manage Cancer Care During COVID-19 Pandemic, National Comprehensive Cancer Network 

Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Cancer-Related Patient Encounters, JCO Clinical Cancer Informatics

Chemotherapy Treatment Modifications During the COVID-19 Outbreak at a Community Cancer Center in New York City, JCO Global Oncology

Chemotherapy and COVID-19 Outcomes in Patients With CancerJournal of Clinical Oncology

Practical Considerations for Treating Patients With Cancer in the COVID-19 PandemicJCO Oncology Practice

COVID-19 in patients with thoracic malignancies (TERAVOLT): first results of an international, registry-based, cohort studyThe Lancet

Chemotherapy and COVID-19 Outcomes in Patients With CancerJournal of Clinical Oncology

Distancing Without Isolating—Connection in the Era of COVID-19JAMA Oncology

American Society of Clinical Oncology Road to Recovery Report: Learning From the COVID-19 Experience to Improve Clinical Research and Cancer CareJournal of Clinical Oncology

Association of Clinical Factors and Recent Anti-Cancer Therapy with COVID-19 Severity among Patients with Cancer: A Report from the COVID-19 and Cancer ConsortiumAnnals of Oncology

Assessment of Prostate Cancer Treatment Among Black and White Patients During the COVID-19 Pandemic, JAMA Oncology

ASCO Special Report: A Guide to Cancer Care Delivery During the COVID-19 Pandemic, American Society of Clinical Oncology

Cancer Risk Reduction Factors

COVID-19 Vaccination and Cancer Patients

Recursos en Español

COVID-19 Vaccine Information in Other Languages (Not Cancer-Specific)

COVID-19 Vaccination (Hmong), Nyob Zoo MKE

COVID-19: Language, Graphic, and Print Resources  (English, Chinese Mandarin, Dari, Hindi, Hmong, Karen, Somali, Spanish, and Swahili), Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Crush Covid Toolkit (English, Spanish, Hmong), City of Milwaukee Health Department

COVID-19 Resources for Afghan New Arrivals (Dari, Pashto, Farsi, English), National Resource Center for Refugees, Immigrants, and Migrants

Pfizer -BioNTech Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers (English | Spanish | Hmong), Pfizer-BioNTech

Moderna Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers (English | Spanish | Hmong), Moderna

Janssen Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers (English | Spanish | Hmong), Janssen (Johnson & Johnson)

5 Reasons to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine (English | SpanishHmong), Marathon County Health Department

Perks of Being Vaccinated (English | SpanishHmong), Marathon County Health Department

Call 211 for Essential Community Services (English and Spanish), United Way 211

COVID-19 Translated Resource Directory (Office of Refugee and Immigrant Assistance, Washington State Department of Social and Health Services

COVID-19 Vaccination Registration (Spanish, Hmong, Chinese Mandarin, Hindi, and Somali language assistance is available.),

COVID-19 Print Resources (Languages vary by resource but include languages such as Arabic, Haitian Creole, Kurdish, Somali, and Spanish), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Vaccine Misinformation Management Field Guide (English, French, Spanish, Italian, Turkish, Arabic), United Nations Children's Fund UNICEF

ASKMHD - Got COVID-19 Questions? Email MHD for Answers at [email protected].  (For Milwaukee Residents only)

ASKMHD - ¿Tiene preguntas sobre COVID-19? Envíe un correo electrónico al MHD a [email protected] para respuestas. (Solo para residentes de Milwaukee)

COVID-19 Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions (English and Spanish), Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers

Vacunas contra el COVID-19, (Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades)

Datos de la vacuna COVID-19, Public Health Sheboygan County

Hmong COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ Phab Ntawv Teev Peb Cov Lus Nug, City of Milwaukee Health Department

Qhov Tseeb Txog Tshuaj Tiv Thaiv Kab, Public Health Sheboygan County

Volunteer Opportunities

COVID-19 Questionnaire

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We are a proud member of the "Stop the COVID Spread!" Coalition.

The Wisconsin Cancer Collaborative is proud to be part of the “Stop the Covid Spread!” coalition, a group of more than 100 leading health care, business, education, and advocacy organizations from across the state who have joined forces to urge the people of Wisconsin to step up and take preventative measures seriously.

Help stop COVID-19 before it overwhelms our state. Together, we can step up and stop the spread.