2nd highest cancer burden in the nation. Florida has over 110,000 new cases each year. Are you concerned about cancer in your community?

Get a 360° view of factors contributing to cancer risk where you live

Cancer risk varies across our communities. While nearly a third of the most common cancers are due to lifestyle factors, like poor diet, obesity, and physical inactivity, characteristics – ranging from our genetics to our lifestyles and the environment in which we eat, live, work, grow, pray, and play – impact cancer risk, survival, and quality of life.

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Analyze Risk Factors

Examine factors, including risk behaviors, environmental elements, hazardous sites, access to care, and others

View Local Statistics

Find out how cancer affects your neighborhood by looking at cancer incidence, late stage diagnosis, mortality, and years of potential life lost

Identify Disparities

Explore a variety of indicators, including sociodemographics, screening rates, housing characteristics, co-morbidities, and more

Community Resources

Find local health and social services, as well as other health-related resources in your neighborhood.

Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center

Since its inception, the University of Miami Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center has been dedicated to reducing the human burden from cancer through research, education, prevention, and the delivery of quality patient care. As the only university-based cancer center in South Florida, Sylvester has transformed cancer research and treatment in South Florida and beyond.

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