At the ICC, our mission is to reduce Indiana’s cancer burden through the coordinated, collective action of its members and the sharing of resources, knowledge, and passion. We work across the entire continuum of care, which consists of four focus areas: primary prevention, early detection, treatment, and survivorship.
  • Rates for all cancers combined from 2006-2015 have decreased
    Rates for all cancers combined from 2006-2015 have decreased
    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 was
    Indiana death rates from all cancers was
    higher than the U.S. cancer death rate in 2015
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ICC 2020 Annual Meeting

Upcoming Event

ICC 2020 Annual Meeting

Join us for our ICC 2020 Annual Meeting on September 30th. This unique event brings together the diverse, broad spectrum of organizations and professionals needed to cause action and create meaningful change in cancer prevention and control.

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Cancer Project ECHO

Upcoming Event

Cancer Project 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 90-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.

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Brandon Dove

My name is Brandon Dove and I am a cancer survivor. I met my wife at the beginning of 2016…

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