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Arizona Cancer Control Plan : 2014-2018
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Arizona Cancer Control Plan : 2014-2018
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    Arizona. Department of Health Services. ; Arizona Cancer Coalition. ;
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    Arizona has a cancer problem. Cancer is the leading cause of death in Arizona. Approximately 28,385 Arizonans are diagnosed with cancer each year and 209 Arizonans die each week from cancer. In 2012, 10,881 Arizonans lost their lives to cancer.

    The Arizona Cancer Control Plan 2014–2018 is an update to the original plan—it provides a framework for taking action to help Arizonans live longer. The overall goal of this plan is to reduce the burden of cancer in Arizona. The initial Arizona Cancer Control Plan was published in 2007. While that plan met goals and priorities specific to 2007–2012, the needs and health problems of communities across our state have changed.

    We acknowledge the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for its support under cooperative agreement 5U58DP003858 and 2U58DP002034 awarded to the Arizona Cancer Prevention and Control Programs.

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