Oregon Comprehensive Cancer Plan Addendums - September 2012
Addendums to the cancer plan are:
June 2005 - This is the first cancer plan for Oregon. Its goals, objectives and strategies can be used as a roadmap or guide for communities and organizations as they select their priorities for action. The strategies address public, patient and provider education, cancer disparities, public policy and surveillance.
Cancer in Oregon: A Call to Action
March 2004 - This initial publication from the Oregon Partnership for Cancer
Control provides the background and rationale for the collaborative approach to cancer control.
Oregon Partnership for Cancer Control Progress Reports
Publications for Providers
Breast Health in Oregon; A Provider's Guide
For provider information on colorectal cancer please visit http://thecanceryoucanprevent.org/for-healthcare-providers/
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CD Summary: Oregon Comprehensive Cancer Control
The CD Summary is a publication of the Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division, and is distributed every two weeks. The intended audience is licensed health care providers; public health and health care agencies; media representatives; medical laboratories; hospitals; and other individuals and institutions with an interest in epidemiology and public health interests.
Controlling Cancer in Oregon
In 2004, a group of clinicians, public health professionals, and concerned citizens came together and developed the Oregon Comprehensive Cancer Plan. The plan addresses issues such as how best to ensure access to evidence-based, state-of-the-art cancer treatment, and strategies to decrease disparities in cancer burden.
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