2021-2025 Alaska cancer plan : working toward a cancer free Alaska
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2021-2025 Alaska cancer plan : working toward a cancer free Alaska

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      The 2016–2021 Alabama Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan (Plan) is the result of community stakeholders, leaders, champions, and survivors working together to define the burden of cancer and provide an actionable framework that will guide statewide efforts to address cancer in Alabama. The plan provides goals, objectives, and evidence-based (proven) strategies to assist in a coordinated approach.

      The Plan was developed in concert with the ACCCC and included a three-day cancer planning retreat. The retreat provided a forum for data analysis, planning, and drafting the Plan. The retreat included presentations addressing both federal and state perspectives for cancer control strategies and discussions about promising practices currently underway in communities across the state. Participants were assigned work groups based on expertise or interest to develop the Plan’s content. Coalition members and work groups included representatives from the Alabama Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (ABCCEDP), the FITWAY Alabama Colorectal Cancer Prevention Program (ALCRC), and the Bureau of Prevention, Promotion, and Support. In addition, Alabama communities involved in Communities Putting Prevention to Work were represented. As a result, the plan was developed with ABCCEDP and ALCRC objectives as well as the ADPH Coordinated Chronic Disease State Plan for 2014-2020.

      Funding for this work was provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Cooperative Agreement Number NU58DP006305. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the CDC.

      Suggested Citation: Alaska Department of Health and Social Services. Alaska Cancer Plan, 2021-2025. Anchorage, Alaska: Section of Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Division of Public Health. 2021.


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