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- Rates for all cancers combined from 2006-2015 have decreased18.4%from 501.9 to 409.6 deaths per 100,000 people
- 40%of all Hoosiers living today will have cancer in their lifetime
- Indiana death rates from all cancers was11.2%higher than the U.S. cancer death rate in 2015
2021 Annual Meeting
The ICC is excited to announce the 2021 Annual Meeting – Innovation in Cancer Care: Moving Toward Social Equity. The objective of this year’s annual meeting is to elevate the discussion of health equity in cancer through innovative policy and practice recommendations that can create meaningful change to reduce disparities in cancer care. Our goal is to stimulate discussion, collaboration, and strategic planning among statewide partners. Stakeholders will convene to address innovative practices as they relate to the full continuum of cancer prevention and care.
Cancer Prevention and Survivorship Care ECHO
Project ECHO delivers continuing education and actionable learning to health professionals in order to improve delivery of cutting-edge cancer care. ECHO clinics are 75-minute virtual sessions that take place on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month. These educational sessions provide a presentation of a cancer-based topic followed by an interactive case discussion.