The Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Control Program (Wisconsin CCC Program) is the state's cancer prevention and control program that promotes a healthier Wisconsin by reducing the impact of cancer. The Wisconsin CCC Program is a unique partnership model between the University of Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Wisconsin Division of Public Health. Its mission is to engage diverse public, private, and community partners to develop, implement, and promote a statewide comprehensive approach to cancer control.
The two organizations first came together through the Wisconsin Cancer Council in the early 1980s. The Wisconsin Cancer Council, the partnership arm of the Wisconsin CCC Program, continues to be a coalition of over 100 organizations dedicated to the development and coordination of the Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Control Program. These partners continue to collaborate to secure funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to develop the Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan 2010-2015 (Wisconsin CCC Plan). For more information about the Wisconsin CCC Program, visit www.wicancer.org.
You may download a complete copy of the Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan 2010-2015 (PDF, 2.1 MB). Note: The PDF file of the Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan is relatively large and may take a while to open or print from your computer, particularly with a dial-up connection.