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Thank You

Thank you to all MCC Member Organizations that completed submission of Implementation Progress Report activities for the 2013 calendar year. The Consortium reached a milestone that has never been met before and that is a 90.6% response rate!! Congratulations on this outstanding achievement. Results will be presented in the MCC’s Annual Report to be released this fall.

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Did you miss it?
View the MCC Website webinar
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E-Cigarettes: Learn about the health, safety, social and clinical concerns of e-cigarette use; current regulations and; a call to action for the health community.
http://breeze.mdch.train.org/p28gqdxyjj3/

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Using tobacco affects cancer treatment, wound healing, and the risk getting a second cancer.  It is never too late to quit tobacco, and there are free resources to help.  Click HERE for a brochure for cancer patients highlighting the benefits of quitting tobacco after receiving a cancer diagnosis.
YouTube Why Cancer Patients Should Quit Tobacco (1:43)

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MPRO

Farmington Hills, MI - July 24, 2014 - MPRO was informed that we received a 5-year contract from CMS to serve as the state of Michigan’s Quality Innovation Network – Quality Improvement Organization (QIN-QIO). MPRO received this contract in partnership with QIN-QIOs in Minnesota (Stratis Health), and Wisconsin (MetaStar). MPRO is very excited about this opportunity and look forward to being able to continue to help improve the health care for Medicare Beneficiaries in our state.

For additioanl details, please click here for a copy of the news release.

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Success Stories
Michigan Cancer Consortium and Comprehensive Cancer Control Local Implementation Grants

Click on each agency below to read more about the good work that has been done as a result of five local implementation grants including: District Health Department #10, Health Department of Northwest Michigan, PATH (Personal Action Toward Health), West Michigan Cancer Center, and Western Upper Peninsula District Health Department.

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