Community Outreach and Engagement

Our goal is to reduce cancer incidence and mortality, particularly among underserved communities. We do this by measuring and understanding our area’s cancer burdens, disparities and contributing factors and use this information to promote clinical, research and policy initiatives.
Our researchers develop authentic community and healthcare partnerships to extend reach, drive decisions and assure that clinical, research and policy initiatives are truly driven by our community. 

Men's Health Matters: Prostate Cancer Initiative

Did you know 1 in 6 African American men will develop prostate cancer in his lifetime?

Routine health visits and screenings can detect early signs and symptoms of prostate cancer.

Join Froedtert and MCW Cancer Center for a conversation on prostate cancer.

Saturday, November 14, 2020

10 AM

Register HERE for this Zoom Webinar




Joining the Conversation -

Christopher Warlick, MD., a specialist in prostate cancer from the University of Minnesota

Daryl Davidson, Director of Community Engagement for the City of Milwaukee and a long-time advocate for men's health issues.

Plus a Panel of Prostate Cancer Survivors


Free PSA Vouchers will be available to those who register.


For more information please contact

Jermaine Murry at

Our Work 


MPS Students Use Art, Creativity to Address Cancer Disparities 

Cancer Center collaborates with MPS and students at Milwaukee High School of the Arts to use creativity to address cancer prevention and health disparities.

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Cancer Health Geographer Paints Picture of Cancer Disparities

Dr. Kirsten Beyer, an MCW Cancer Center health geographer paints a striking picture of cancer disparities in Milwaukee and Wisconsin, and informs multiple projects and interventions.

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Community Partners Help Low-Income Patients Stay Healthy After Treatment

Associate Director Dr. Melinda Stolley and MCWCC community partner Phyllis Holder, founder of Sisters 4 Cure, discuss reducing cancer disparities among low-income and minority populations in Modern Healthcare. 

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