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 Issue 75                                                                                 October 2015
In This Issue
2015 WI Cancer Council Annual Meeting - Register Now!
Physical Activity Issue Brief & Infographic Now Available
Exhibitors Welcome at UWCCC Fall Cancer Symposium
Scott Burton to Keynote 2016 Survivorship Forum
Breast Cancer Awareness Month Activities
3rd Annual Healthier Schools Workshop
October 2015 ICYMI: In Case You Missed It
Partner Events
Quick Links
Greetings from the CCC Program! 

Dear WI Comprehensive Cancer Control Partner,

October is shaping up to be a very busy month! We are only 3 weeks away from the 2015 WI Cancer Council Annual Meeting scheduled on October 22nd in Madison. We strongly encourage our members and partners to attend the Membership Appreciation Lunch and Annual Meeting to receive tools and tips on how to implement the WI Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan 2015-2020 and share input on what resources the WI Cancer Council can provide its members to support their work to reduce the cancer burden in Wisconsin. 

Also, if you missed last week's email, please check out the latest Issue Brief and Infographic that highlight opportunities to increase physical activity in Wisconsin to reduce cancer risk. Both can be used as educational tools to implement the WI CCC Plan 2015-2020's Priority 2: Increase healthy, active lifestyles.

Your WI CCC Program Team

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Registration is now open for the WI Cancer Council Annual Meeting, scheduled for October 22, 2015 at the Sheraton Hotel in Madison, WI. Current members of the WI Cancer Council and those interested in joining the WI Cancer Council are invited to attend the WI Cancer Council Annual Meeting. The Annual Meeting kicks off with a Member ...
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The WI Comprehensive Cancer Control Program is pleased to share the September 2015 Issue Brief, " Physical Activity's Connection to Cancer: Policy & System Opportunities to Reduce Cancer in Wisconsin." A companion infographic, " Increasing Physical Activity in Wisconsin to Reduce Cancer," was also developed to provide an illustrative summary of information shared in the Issue Brief. Both the... Read more »...»
The UW Carbone Cancer Center invites WI Cancer Council members to exhibit at the 14th Annual Fall Cancer Symposium, Living and Dying: The Art and Science of End-of-Life Care on Friday, November 6th, 2015 at the Monona Terrace in Madison, WI.  Exhibit fees for non-profit organizations are $125 and include one complimentary conference registration. To reserve your...
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Please save the date for the 2016 Survivorship Forum! The 2016 Forum will take place on Wednesday, June 8th at the beautiful Florian Gardens in Eau Claire, WI. While the full agenda is still under development, we are pleased to announce our special guest and keynote speaker - Scott Burton. Scott is not only a... Read more »...»
October is breast cancer awareness month and members of the WI Breast Cancer Task Force (WBCTF) are hosting variety of events to raise awareness and funds to target the disease, which remains the most common cancer among Wisconsin women. The WBCTF is a coalition of public health professionals, providers, advocates and health system representatives working... Read more » ...»
School districts from around the state are invited to the 3rd Annual Healthier Schools Workshop in Appleton on November 12th. District teams will hear success stories from local districts, receive training on available tools and resources and have an opportunity to network with their peers. Registration information and a final agenda will be released in... Read more »...»
Partner Events 
October 13, 2015
1313 John Q Hammons Drive, Middleton, WI 53562

October 22, 2015
706 John Nolen Drive, Madison, WI 53713

October 22, 2015
Alliant Energy Center, Madison WI

October 24, 2015
6000 American Parkway, Madison, WI

November 6, 2015
1 John Nolen Dr, Madison, WI 53703

November 10, 2015
1 W Dayton St, Madison, WI 53703
CCC Plan Update is a monthly publication of the Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Control Program and the Wisconsin Cancer Council. Its purpose is to share information on cancer prevention and control as it relates to our partners in Wisconsin.

For more information, contact: Sarah Kerch, Partnership Coordinator, or 608-266-8599.