The WI Comprehensive Cancer Control Program works to provide information and resources helpful in implementing the WI Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan. Please check back for updates and new resources.
Cancer Prevention - This fact sheet presents five easy-to-understand tips for preventing cancer, and outlines which tests and services are free with health insurance. This fact sheet was designed for a low-literacy audience and was created in partnership with Covering Wisconsin.
Colorectal Cancer - This patient resource explains the basics of colorectal cancer testing and prevention, and offers suggestions for people with financial barriers. This fact sheet was designed for a low-literacy audience and was created in partnership with Covering Wisconsin. Spanish version available
Lung Cancer - Lung cancer is WI's #1 cause of cancer death -- this patient resource explains how it can be prevented. This fact sheet was designed for a low-literacy audience and was created in partnership with Covering Wisconsin.
HPV Fact Sheet - HPV can cause six types of cancer -- almost 600 cases in Wisconsin every year. This fact sheet offers a helpful snapshot of HPV in Wisconsin and the action steps you can take to make a difference.
Alcohol & Cancer FAQ - This resource is designed to help raise awareness of the connection between alcohol use and cancer risk. The FAQ answers 10 common questions about this connection, such as "How much do I need to drink to raise my cancer risk?" and "Does the type of alcohol I drink matter?"
Revisiting Wisconsin’s Health Insurance Risk-Sharing Plan (HIRSP) - This fact sheet explores the reemergence of high-risk pools for people with pre-existing conditions and offers critical questions for policymakers and advocates. For people living with cancer, do high-risk pools represent one step forward, or two steps back?
To create your cancer data maps, tables, and graphs visit the Wisconsin Cancer Registry System's mapping resource.
Alcohol & Cancer Slide Bank - Use this bank of Powerpoint slides to raise awareness about the alcohol-cancer connection in your community and when presenting to key stakeholders. These slides and their accompanying talking points can be downloaded and tailored to fit your needs.