About Us

Born from a vision of the Indiana State Department of Health, the Indiana University Cancer Center, the Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Public Health, and the American Cancer Society, Great Lakes Division, the Indiana Cancer Consortium was launched in October 01 when key stakeholders came together, united by a common mission.

The ICC now has over 75 formal member organizations, and more than 100 participating agencies deeply committed to making a difference in cancer through a collaborative process. Indiana cancer control is funded in part by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as part of the CDC’s National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program.

The Indiana Cancer Consortium is an association of diverse organizations representing health care providers and delivery systems, cancer programs, health insurance plans, employers, public health agencies, professional organizations, minority groups, health profession schools, advocacy groups, research institutions, and wellness organizations.