- DP15-1501, “Increasing the Implementation of Evidence-Based Cancer Survivorship Interventions to Increase Quality and Duration of Life among Cancer Patients”
CDC will fund six National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program grantees to identify and characterize the survivor population, and address survivor needs from diagnosis through treatment and post-treatment. The funding period is three years. See the workplan template [PDF-80KB] and frequently asked questions [PDF-381KB].
- DP14-1408, “Multiple Approaches to Increase Awareness and Support Among Young Women Diagnosed with Breast Cancer”
Funds seven awardees to to increase the availability of health information and support services for young breast cancer survivors and their families.
- DP13-1315, “National Support to Enhance Implementation of Comprehensive Cancer Control Activities”
Funds the American Cancer Society and George Washington Cancer Institute to conduct core activities and provide high-quality technical assistance and training to NCCCP-funded programs and their partners.
- DP13-1314, “Consortium of National Networks to Impact Populations Experiencing Tobacco-Related and Cancer Health Disparities”
Supports a consortium of national networks to advance commercial tobacco use prevention and cancer prevention in populations experiencing tobacco-related and cancer health disparities.