The Comprehensive Cancer Control National Partnership
The Comprehensive Cancer Control National Partnership (CCCNP) is a group of 19 national organizations, including CDC. Its purpose is to support comprehensive cancer control coalitions in states, tribes, territories, and U.S. Pacific Island Jurisdictions.
The CCCNP works in four priority areas—
- Increasing human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination uptake.
- Increasing colorectal cancer screening rates to 80%.
- Promoting healthy behaviors for cancer survivors.
- Sustaining comprehensive cancer control coalitions.
The CCCNP sponsors training for cancer control coalitions that offers opportunities to learn, share, and expand cancer control efforts. It also helps cancer control coalitions develop, implement, and evaluate cancer plans. CCCNP members maintain Evidence-Based Cancer Control Programs. This website provides tools for comprehensive cancer control planners, including state cancer profiles and links to all cancer control plans. The CCCNP also organizes and shares resources developed by its member organizations.
Please visit the Comprehensive Cancer Control National Partnership to learn more about the individual partners and this important work.