Workplace Wellness Training

Let Us Teach You How to Detect Cancer Early

Active patients get better healthcare. Bring our wellness program to your workplace for training that goes beyond prevention. We don’t know who will get cancer, but we do know that 40% of us will be diagnosed. 

Patient awareness and action is key and timing is everything. You can be 10X more likely to survive cancer if you catch it early. We will teach your team how.

There are two paths to early detection, screenings for the six types we can screen for, and for the remaining 95+ types, 3 Steps Detect is vital.

While the most important benefit is lives saved and suffering minimized, detecting cancer early reduces healthcare costs for your employees and for your organization.

The Worst Cancer Diagnosis Is a Late One

The 5 Most Common Cancers Diagnosed Annually in the U.S.

Early vs Late Cancer Survival Rates
Breast Stage 1 = 99%; Stage 4 = 28%
Colon Stage 1 = 91%; Stage 4 = 14%
Lung Stage 1 = 63%; Stage 4 = 7%
Melanoma (skin) Stage 1 = 99%; Stage 4 = 27%
Prostate Stage 1 = 99.9%; Stage 4 = 30%

FACT: Experts predict that in less than 10 years, cancer will surpass heart disease as the #1 cause of death in the United States each year. There are many different reasons for cancer deaths, but one of the most important factors is the stage of cancer when it was first detected.

There are more than 100 types of cancer and available screenings for only six types. For the rest, learning 3 Steps Detect is vital. 

Headshot of Peter Deckers, MD in a white coat
Most people know that they should take advantage of recommended cancer screenings, but fewer know how to watch for and act upon seemingly trivial symptoms that should be shared with their doctor.
Peter Deckers, MD, Dean Emeritus, University of Connecticut’s School of Medicine

Reducing Healthcare Costs

Infographic with orange background and an icon of a doctor with a stethoscope around the neck with the following message: If the 5 most common cancers were diagnosed early, annual direct treatment cost savings would be $10.7B  (2017 $)
Infographic with yellow background and an icon of a sack of money with the message below: "If all cancers were diagnosed early, annual direct treatment cost savings would be $26B" (2017 $)

Workplace Wellness Training Options

Programs Start at $500

(Check with your insurance carrier as they may subsidize this program and it could come at no cost to your company.)

  • Live-hosted presentations with interactive, engaged learning, joined by survivors who share their lessons learned

  • In-person, facilitated program hosted at your site

  • Interactive, self-paced courses
  • Primary course plus 10 micro-courses on related topics
  • Courses can be shared with family at home

Or to discuss options, email or call (508) 713-0652.

The COVID-19 Diagnosis Gap

The pandemic created a pressing need for 3 Steps Detect as people have delayed cancer screenings and routine appointments and cancer is being diagnosed later, at more advanced stages, when it’s more difficult to treat and outcomes are less positive. Treating later stage cancers is also extremely costly, to individuals and their organizations.

Headshot of Skadi Gidionsen
Had we not been in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, my cancer would have been found at my April mammogram and most likely would have been Stage I rather than Stage II.
Skadi G., diagnosed with breast cancer at 49

Where We’ve Trained

A series of company/organizational logos: first row, from left to right: Schott, BNY Mellon, Allegro Microsystems; second row, from left to right: Cornerstone Bank, Conning,  and Incom; third and last row, from left to right: Boys & Girls Club of Worcester and Oak Tree Development Group

Hear From Our Clients

Suzanne Dupre
Massachusetts Bankers Assoc.
Group Insurance Trust
“It is eye-opening to realize how taking 3 simple steps can save your life.”

Michael Detarando
President & CEO, Incom, Inc.
“I really wanted everyone in our organization to have the same access to this information as I did.”

Or to discuss options, email or call (508) 713-0652.