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Comprehensive Cancer Control (CCC)

Comprehensive cancer control (CCC) is a collaborative and strategic process through which communities and their partners combine, share, and coordinate resources to reduce illness and death from cancer and disparities among population groups. Cancer plans are developed to guide the work of many stakeholders and focus on current and emerging cancer issues, including cancer prevention, early detection, treatment, rehabilitation, and survivorship. Pennsylvania's comprehensive cancer control infrastructure is lead by the Pennsylvania Department of Health and the legislatively mandated Pennsylvania Cancer Control, Prevention and Research Advisory Board (CAB). The CAB has delegated plan development and implementation to the statewide Stakeholder Leadership Team (SLT) cancer coalition, using existing resources for data-driven, evidence-based action planning.

Explore the following links to learn more about CCC:

Cancer Planning

Cancer Advisory Board (CAB)

Policy, system and environmental (PSE) approaches