Comprehensive Cancer Control in the United States
CDC’s National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program (NCCCP) participated in the development of a special issue of the journal Cancer Causes and Control entitled “Comprehensive Cancer Control in the U.S.,” published December 1, 2010.
This special issue describes progress in the comprehensive cancer control (CCC) movement in the United States since the first special issue was published in October 2005. It addresses critical aspects of CCC, such as sustaining partnerships, revising and implementing CCC plans, evaluating and measuring the impact of CCC efforts, implementing policy actions to support CCC efforts, and addressing disparities through CCC coalitions’ efforts. Each paper highlights successes of local CCC programs and coalitions.
- Comprehensive cancer control in the United States: progress and opportunity
- Comprehensive cancer control: progress and accomplishments
- The CCC National Partnership: an example of organizations collaborating on comprehensive cancer control
- From planning to implementation to outcomes: comprehensive cancer control implementation building blocks
- Models for local implementation of comprehensive cancer control: meeting local cancer control needs through community collaboration
- Revision of comprehensive cancer control plans: experiences shared by three states
- Progress in addressing disparities through comprehensive cancer control
- Comprehensive cancer control programs and coalitions: partnering to launch successful colorectal cancer screening initiatives
- Research and comprehensive cancer control coalitions
- Public policy action and CCC implementation: benefits and hurdles
- In conclusion: looking to the future of comprehensive cancer control