With the rise in electronic cigarettes (e-cigarette, e-cigs or vapes) and vaping use among youth, teens and young adults, the Health Department and our team are working to prevent initiation and reduce vaping of all substances in Vermont.
Most Vermonters who smoke want to quit. You may be one of them, or know someone who is trying to quit tobacco. With the right tools and support, you can do it.
Cancer Registry data are used to monitor efforts to reduce the burden of cancers among all Vermonters.
Explore Health Data Atlases and Dashboards Many Vermont public health map atlases and dashboard-styled reports are available on a per-topic basis. These atlases and reports also allow viewers to download data in commonly used formats.
Cancer in Vermont The Division of Health Statistics and Informatics conducts surveillance of cancer among Vermonters and creates data products to assist in making data-driven decisions for cancer prevention and control. Cancer is a group of more than 100 diseases...
Cancer is a leading cause of death in Vermont. Each year more than 3,600 Vermonters are diagnosed with some form of cancer.
The 2025 Vermont Cancer Plan is our state's road map for addressing the burden of cancer over the next five years.
A cancer survivor is anyone who has been diagnosed with cancer, from the time of diagnosis through the rest of their life.
Once cancer is diagnosed, prompt and thorough medical treatment and complementary care are essential to prolonging a patient’s life, decreasing side effects and improving quality of life.
Early detection of cancer in people without symptoms (also called screening) can help to find and treat cancer early, leading to better outcomes. Promoting nationally recognized screening tests is a priority for the Vermont Department of Health. All Vermont adults...