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Comprehensive Cancer Control National Partnership Member Unique Capabilities

All CCCNP organizations do many things and do many things well. This list attempts to focus on the unique aspects of each CCCNP organization - what sets them apart from others CCCNP members. The list can be used checklist for assuring the unique strengths and capacities from each CCCNP organization are being considered and leveraged wherever and whenever possible in CCCNP initiatives and as a result, increase the meaningful participation of members.

Nationwide, community-based voluntary cancer organization.
American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS-CAN)
Nationwide, grassroots cancer advocacy
Consortium of professional organizations that establishes cancer care standards, monitors quality cancer care and accredits cancer programs in health care facilities throughout the nation 
Represents chief health officials of states and territories public health agencies
International nonprofit providing support, education and hope to all people impacted by cancer
CDC
Federal Government agency that funds the National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program (CCC), which provides infrastructural support for coalition efforts to plan and implement evidence-based CCC plans across the nation
Provides direct health care services, trains health professionals and improves rural systems of care
Intercultural Cancer Council (ICC)
Cancer disparity and health equity advocacy organization
Blood cancer advocacy
LiveStrong
Cancer survivorship advocacy
National Association of Chronic Disease Directors (NACDD)
Represents state and territory chronic disease program directors
National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO)
The national organization representing all governmental local health departments, including counties, cities, city/counties, districts, tribes, and townships
Federal Government agency for cancer research and training
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NCCS’ mission is to advocate for quality cancer care for all people touched by cancer.  Founded by and for cancer survivors, NCCS created the widely accepted definition of survivorship and defines someone as a cancer survivor from the time of...
North American Association of Central Cancer Registries (NAACCR)
Develops data standards, certifies population-based registries and publishes data
Susan G. Komen for the Cure
The only breast cancer organization attacking the disease on all fronts: in research, community outreach, education, advocacy and global work
The GW Cancer Center's mission is to foster healthy communities, prepared patients, responsive health care professionals and supportive health care systems through applied cancer research, education, advocacy and translation of evidence to practice.
Public education programs and research initiatives exploring the causes, consequences and approaches to reducing tobacco use in the United States
Helps reduce the burden of cancer on individuals through LIVESTRONG® at the YMCA, an evidence-based physical activity program designed for cancer survivors that enables them to regain their physical and emotional well-being