Changing the State of Cancer

Every cancer statistic about Montana represents a person in Montana — a family member, a friend, a neighbor… which is why everything we do serves only the people here.

The Montana Cancer Coalition (MTCC) strives to ensure better quality of life and enhance the odds of survivorship through prevention, early detection and state-of-the-art cancer care. MTCC works to maximize resources, reduce duplication of efforts, make changes in systems and policies and implement multi-level interventions — all to make a significant impact on cancer in Montana.

As our motto says, we are Changing the State of Cancer.

Latest News

Updated surveillance report released on Colorectal Cancer Screening Capacity in Montana

The Montana Central Tumor Registry has released an updated surveillance report on Colorectal Cancer Screening capacity in the state of Montana. Please click on the link to view the report in it’s entirety:  colorectal cancer screening capacity in MT_final To […]

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Get Fit Great Falls! Summer Trails Day Hikes

Saturday, June 3rd 2017

Registration opens on May 10th, 2017
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Next Statewide Meeting

May 16th, 2017
8:30am - 3:30pm

Radisson Colonial Hotel
2301 Colonial Dr.
Helena, MT 59601
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Meeting Theme:

‘Changing Cancer: Best Practices and Resources’

Attend the upcoming MTCC Spring 2017 Statewide Meeting centered around spectrum of care best practices and resources in Montana. Hear updates and insight on the patient-care experience, cancer-care screening guidelines, as well as panel discussions on the survivorship journey from the patient and physician perspective, and patient care for diverse populations. You will also hear from representatives of the seven MTCC Implementation Teams on the progress of priority objectives outlined in the 5-year statewide comprehensive cancer plan. The presentation of the Bette Bohlinger Leadership Award will also be given to an outstanding member of the MTCC for their exemplary work on patient-care initiatives throughout the state.

To access the Statewide Meeting Agenda, click here:  2017 Spring State Agenda FINAL

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