CHEYENNE — All Wyoming residents now have access to cancer education, prevention, screening and other resources through the state’s Wyoming Cancer Resource Services project.
The project began by providing services in three Wyoming counties in 2007. The project now serves all Wyoming residents through a regional model.
The state has five project regions with headquarters located in Albany, Laramie, Uinta, Park and Johnson counties.
Services provided under the program include cancer education and awareness, promotion of early detection of cancer, recruiting eligible participants into state-funded cancer screening programs and patient navigation.