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WEBINAR SAVE THE DATE!
Pharmacologic Intervention for Women at
Increased Risk for Breast Cancer

Wednesday, October 15
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. 
To register for the webinar, please RSVP at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JGBHQ8H

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E-Cigarettes: Learn about the health, safety, social and clinical concerns of e-cigarette use; current regulations and; a call to action for the health community.
http://breeze.mdch.train.org/p28gqdxyjj3/

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Using tobacco affects cancer treatment, wound healing, and the risk getting a second cancer.  It is never too late to quit tobacco, and there are free resources to help.  Click HERE for a brochure for cancer patients highlighting the benefits of quitting tobacco after receiving a cancer diagnosis.
YouTube Why Cancer Patients Should Quit Tobacco (1:43)

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Members In Action Members in Action

Dr. Brian Zikmund-Fisher, PhD, University of Michigan is featured in "Vaccines - Calling the Shots". Wednesday, September 10, 9PM, PBS.

St. Joseph Mercy Health System receives Cancer Research Grant to enable cancer patients to participate in clinical trials in their own communities  – Read more

Barry-Eaton District Health Department urges parents to talk to kids about smoking prior to the beginning of the school year – Read more

Health Department of Northwest Michigan video being used in a local movie theater to increase awareness of breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer screening with information on how to access their direct service programs – Read more

What's New What's New


2014 MCC Annual Mtg

The 2014 MCC Annual Meeting will be held
Wednesday, November 5 at
the Henry Center in Lansing, MI.
For more information click HERE.

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!

POSTER PRESENTATION applications
now being accepted!

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Pharmocologic Interventions for
Breast Cancer Risk-Reduction

A position paper for health care providers developed by the MCC Breast Cancer Risk Advisory Committee

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New Improving HPV Vaccination Rates in Michigan:
A Call To Action

A webinar held Wednesday, September 10, 2014 sponsored by the Michigan Cancer Consortium and the Michigan Department of Community Health.

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Success Stories
Michigan Cancer Consortium and Comprehensive Cancer Control Local Implementation Grants

Click on each agency below to read more about the good work that has been done as a result of five local implementation grants including: District Health Department #10, Health Department of Northwest Michigan, PATH (Personal Action Toward Health), West Michigan Cancer Center, and Western Upper Peninsula District Health Department.