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Page 1: Lung Cancer€¦ · living 5 years. after diagnosis. Lung Cancer: Wisconsin’s . Leading. Cause of Cancer Deaths. Wisconsin Cancer Collaborative REDUCING THE BURDEN TOGETHER . Created

Together...Reducing the burden of CANCER in Wisconsinwicancer.org

Data Sources: American Cancer Society. “Wisconsin Cancer Facts & Figures, 2013-2014”; http://wicancer.org/documents/WIFactsFigures2013_FINAL_000.pdf; National Cancer Institute. “SEER Cancer Statistics Review, Table 15.12.” (1975-2010); http://seer.cancer.gov/archive/csr/1975_2010/results_merged/sect_15_lung_bronchus.pdf; U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. “The Health Consequences of Smoking—50 Years of Progress. A Report of the Surgeon General.” (2014); http://www.surgeongeneral.gov/library/reports/50-years-of-progress/full-report.pdf

WE can decreaselung cancer in Wisconsin.

Preventlifetimetobaccoaddiction

Promoterecommended

lung cancer screening

Reduceexposure to

radon

Eliminate secondhand

smokeexposure

lung cancerthan from prostate,

breast, and colorectal cancers

combined.

TOBACCOSMOKE

causesalmost

every day will find out they

have lung cancer.

11 PEOPLE

90% of lungcancer deaths.

MORE peoplein WISCONSIN

die from

LungCancerdeaths2,907

BreastCancer

deaths 745

ProstateCancer

deaths 610

ColorectalCancer

deaths 955

ONLY 1 out of 6lung cancer patients

are living 5 yearsafter diagnosis.

Lung Cancer: Wisconsin’s Leading Cause of Cancer Deaths

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