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Welcome to the New York State Cancer Consortium!

The New York State Cancer Consortium (NYSCC) is a network of individuals and organizations that collaborate to address the cancer burden in New York State. The NYSCC and its members are guided by the strategic plan, the NYS Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan 2012-2017, which outlines objectives and suggested strategies to reduce the burden of cancer in NYS. We hope you use this site to learn more about cancer in New York and to further your own organization's efforts to decrease the cancer burden for all New Yorkers. To learn more about the NYSCC and the benefits of membership in the NYSCC click here.

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May 22nd is Don't Fry Day! What will your organization do to support Skin Health?

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Recent Resources

New Data: The New York State Cancer Registry released 2012 data on April 24, 2015. The most recent cancer incidence, mortality and prevalence statistics for New York can be found by clicking on the link

Skin Cancer in NYS 2014 Report: The New York State Department of Health New York State Cancer Registry has published its 7th annual report on Skin Cancer in NYS.  This report includes information on the incidence of melanoma in NYS, information on Merkel cell carcinoma and tabulations of hospitalizations and deaths due to skin cancer. Click on the link to access the report.

The Surgeon General’s Call to Action to Prevent Skin Cancer:  This calls on partners in prevention from various sectors across the nation to address skin cancer as a major public health problem.  Click on the link to access the call to action and resources on: ultraviolet exposure, sun safety, indoor tanning, and skin cancer and prevention tools.

CDC Resources for Skin Cancer Prevention:  The CDC offers access to its latest research; general resources and the answers to many frequently asked questions.  Click on the link to access.

Melanoma Risk Assessment Tool:  This interactive tool was designed by scientists at the National Cancer Institute, the University of Pennsylvania and the University of California, San Francisco, to estimate a person’s absolute risk of developing invasive melanoma.  This is to help clinicians identify individuals at increased risk of melanoma in order to plan appropriate screening interventions with them.

Hepatitis C Testing Recommendations:  Click on the link to access the CDC’s recommendations for Hepatitis C Testing, the Hepatitis C Educational Campaign, a CDC Fact Sheet, and the CDC’s Viral Hepatitis site.

Hepatitis A Vaccination Recommendations: Click on the link to access the CDC’s recommendations for Hepatitis A Vaccination.  This report represents the final step in the childhood Hepatitis A immunization strategy, by recommending routine vaccination of children nationwide.

Hepatitis B Vaccination Recommendations: Click on the link to access the CDC’s recommendations for Hepatitis B Vaccination.  This report primarily focuses on the strategy of universal vaccination of infants to prevent early childhood HBV infection and includes the routine screening or all pregnant women for Hepatitis B surface antigen.

Hepatitis Resource Center:  The CDC offers on their website resources to help prevent Hepatitis.  These include Health Professional Tools, Patient Education Materials, Training Resources and more.  Click on the link to access these resources.

New York State Comprehensive Cancer Control Dashboard. This interactive, web-based Dashboard will be used to monitor progress of cancer prevention and control efforts in NYS and to guide organizations working toward cancer prevention and control to areas most in need of intervention. The Dashboard provides information on twenty-four of the health promotion, cancer prevention and early detection indicators identified in the New York State Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan, 2012-2017.

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Member Opportunities

Don't Fry Day Modifiable Press Release: To help your organization promote Don't Fry Day on May 22nd, click on the link to access a modifiable press release.

New York State Cancer Prevention Summit: Transforming the Cancer Agenda for the Next Generation: This summit will highlight the primary prevention of cancer as an urgent public health priority and the roles different sectors can play to help prevent cancer and address health disparities in cancer prevention.

Virtual Group Study: The American Cancer Society and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center are studying innovative ways to help breast cancer survivors find support and a new sense of meaning in their lives. If you live in NYS and would like to connect with other breast cancer survivors to share your experience, click on the link or email

Social Media Blurbs for Skin Health in May: Click on the link to access social media suggestions, sun safety background and more to promote Skin Health and Don't Fry Day.

Health Effects of Indoor Tanning Flyer: The NYS Department of Health is attempting to solicit input/participation from interested melanoma patients in a future campaign on indoor tanning awareness.

NYSCC Member Program Directory: If your program is not listed, click on the link to provide information. .

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Saturday, May 30, 2015
Upcoming Events:
There is currently nothing scheduled for General