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Comprehensive Cancer Control Plans

Please visit the Comprehensive Cancer Control Plans Search Tool to search CCC plans for keywords.

Comprehensive cancer control (CCC) plans identify how an organization or coalition addresses the burden of cancer in its geographic area. The plans are specific to each region and based on data collected about people living there. They take the strategies that have worked, either in that region or in a similar place, and make them into a blueprint for action.

Plans are typically renewed every five years. During the fifth year, the plans are revised using different criteria. The Cancer Plan Self-Assessment Tool gives a basic framework to evaluate and update CCC plans.

All 50 states, the District of Columbia, 6 U.S. Pacific Island jurisdictions and Puerto Rico, and 8 tribes and tribal organizations have produced 63 plans. In addition to these plans, the Cancer Council of the Pacific Islands developed a Pacific Regional Plan. [PDF-613KB]

To download a CCC plan—

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Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan, Inc. California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc. American Indian Cancer Foundation Alabama Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Michigan Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Indiana Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Jersey New Hampshire New York New Mexico North Carolina North Dakota Cherokee Nation Ohio Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Alaska Oklahoma Fond du Lac Reservation Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency

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People with disabilities who experience problems accessing these plans should contact CDC’s Division of Cancer Prevention and Control or call (770) 488-4226.

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