Click here to download our latest resource “Tobacco Treatment Coverage FAQ for Health Professionals” to provide some commonly asked questions related to how to implement the policy passed in 2017 that reduced barriers to tobacco treatment for Kentuckians.
KCC developed the “Lung Cancer in Kentucky” factsheet targeting public health professionals, healthcare providers, and decision makers with updates on the lung cancer burden in Kentucky, and collaborative opportunities to address it.


This continuing education program will provide health professionals with up-to-date, relevant information about the negative health consequences of exposure to radon as well as the synergistic effects of radon and tobacco smoke. To promote this Continuing Education Opportunity, click here for the flyer.

KCC’s Lung Cancer Communication Toolkit

Check out the KCC Lung Cancer Network’s Communication Toolkit revised on November 3, 2017. Please use it within your organizations and share it with your partners.

A free interactive online CME course on lung cancer care across the continuum is now available at The 1-2 hour course was developed for primary care providers by the Kentucky LEADS Collaborative at Kentucky Cancer Program/University of Louisville and provides up to 2.5 hours free CME credit. For more information, email

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Health Disparities

Kentucky Cancer Action Plan

Kentucky LEADS Collaborative

Lung Cancer Patient Transportation Support

Lung Cancer Screening

Lung Cancer Stigma

Radon Prevention

Secondhand Smoke

Social Media

Tobacco Cessation/Treatment

Who is Working on What

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