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.
To reduce cancer incidence, morbidity and mortality in Montana through a collaborative partnership of private and public individuals and organizations.
To develop, implement, promote and advocate for a statewide, coordinated, integrated approach to control cancer for all Montanans.
To ensure quality of life through prevention, early detection, treatment, research, rehabilitation and palliation.
How It Works
MTCC members and statewide partners implement the Montana Cancer Control Plan through coordinated and collaborative efforts. Montanans have many different roles as fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers, teachers, friends, mentors, advocates and more. Our plan enables all individuals and organizations to get involved in cancer control by implementing strategies and working together to reduce the burden of cancer in the state.
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