Wisconsin Cancer Reporting System

This site provides information about the Wisconsin population-based cancer registry, the Wisconsin Cancer Reporting System (WCRS).  This site also provides direct access to information about cancer incidence and mortality in Wisconsin. The WCRS contributes to:

  • The understanding of cancer incidence and mortality in Wisconsin,
  • The development of prevention and treatment programs, and
  • The ultimate goal of reducing cancer mortality.

Wisconsin Meets the Highest National Data Quality for Cancer Registry

NAACCR 2013 Gold Certification

2015 Registry of Excellence

The Wisconsin Cancer Reporting System has been recognized by U.S. CDC's National Program of Cancer Registries (NPCR) as a Registry of Excellence for 2015.

Wisconsin is one of 22 states to achieve this designation, which reflects the submission of high quality data for cancer prevention and control activities. The data met all of NPCR's standards for data completeness and quality.

In addition, the North American Association of Central Cancer Registries has recognized the Wisconsin Cancer Reporting System for meeting its Gold Standard for the 2013 submission. Cancer registries that meet the Gold Standard for Registry Certification have achieved the highest NAACCR standard for complete, accurate, and timely data to calculate standard incidence statistics for the year reviewed.

New Certified Tumor Registrar Education Program

WCRS is pleased to announce the Cancer Information Management education program at Southwest Wisconsin Technical College, which provides specialized training for Certified Tumor Registrar certification. Please visit the Southwest Wisconsin Technical College website for details about the new Cancer Information Management program.

WCRS Site Contents

WCRS acknowledges the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for its support of this website under CDC Cooperative Agreement U58/DP000829. Its contents are solely the responsibility of WCRS and do not necessarily represent the official views of the CDC.

Last Revised: December 2, 2016