Mission: To develop and implement a collaborative and comprehensive approach to address cancer prevention, early detection, access to healthcare, diagnosis and treatment, and quality of life services to lessen the impact of cancer in Wyoming.
The WYCC is a group of nearly 200 Wyoming residents and supporters working together to promote and implement the data-driven Wyoming Cancer Plan throughout the state. The Wyoming Cancer Plan outlines goals and action steps that people in Wyoming can take to reduce the burden of cancer in the state. Some of these goals include cancer prevention, early detection, and quality of life. WYCC members are individuals interested in lessening the impact of cancer in Wyoming.
January is Radon Action Month
Radon is an odorless, colorless, naturally occurring gas that can cause lung cancer with long-term exposure. The highest levels of radon are found in the lowest level of a house. If your house has a radon level over 4.0 pCi/L, FIX IT!!
Contact the Wyoming Cancer Program at 307.777.6015 to learn more about radon.