We invite you to use the following resources in your community to help educate and reduce the burden of cancer across Minnesota!
Brochures and Pamphlets
Various studies show that low-fat diets rich in fruits and vegetables and low in saturated fats and cholesterol may help reduce the risk of some types of cancer. This brochure is intended to provide you with information about fruits and vegetables that may benefit your life.
Your Unique Risks - Program in Health Disparities Research
Know your family health history and learn the facts about cancer. Many communities face greater risk of disease. Talk to your doctor about when to schedule screenings and what warning signs to watch.
Facts About Clinical Trials
Learn about clinical trials, the myths, benefits, risks, and questions to ask about participating on a clinical trial.
Talking to Your Doctor
In today's digital age, patients are taking greater control of their health than ever before. One of the best ways to communicate with your doctor and healthcare team is by asking questions. Here are some ideas to get you started.
Advocating for Yourself: A Guide for Cancer Patients
Today's patients are taking greater control of their health. We strongly encourage patients to be actively engaged as a member of their healthcare team. YOU are a member of your healthcare team. Be Proactive. Ask Questions.
MCC + TPT Educational Videos
The Masonic Cancer Center teamed up with Twin Cities Public Television to create a series of videos to educate Minnesotans on various cancer topics. We are proud to offer these videos and encourage you to use them in your communities!
What is cancer? How does it affect your body? Welcome to Cancer 101!
Not all heroes wear capes. Some show up on your dinner plate! Take a peek at some of the best cancer-fighting vegetables.
Community Health Workers
Cancer Health Equity Network (CHEN) is a group of committed individuals passionate about reducing cancer disparities and advancing health equity. The purpose of CHEN is to educate and mobilize members to achieve collective impact on shared objectives.
Minnesota Cancer Clinical Trials Network
The Minnesota Cancer Clinical Trials Network (MNCCTN) aims to improve cancer outcomes for all Minnesotans through greater access to clinical trials in prevention and treatment.