New York State's Cancer Prevention and Control Roadmap 

The 2018-2023 NYS Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan is a cancer prevention and control roadmap with priority areas, measurable objectives, and suggested strategies to reduce the cancer burden in New York State.  

Just some of the features you will find in the Plan include 

  • 7 Priority Areas for Action
  • 51 Measurable Objectives
  • New York State Cancer Statistics
  • A Call to Action Section with ideas and activities for individuals and organizations of all kinds to help reduce the burden of cancer in NYS

The Plan is available to download by clicking here: 2018-2023 NYS Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan.pdf


How We Track Progress

The NYS Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan Dashboard is an on-line, visual presentation of Cancer Plan tracking indicator data at the state level that includes baseline data, 2023 objectives, and data for 43 tracking indicators from three Plan Priority Areas: Health Promotion & Cancer Prevention; Early Detection; and Survivorship. 

We use information from the Dashboard to track statewide progress on Plan objectives, monitor key indicators of interest, support internal organizational decision-making, and more!


Spread the Word!

Will you be talking about the Plan at your next work meeting or cancer coalition? See the list below to download promotional resources that you can use including a PowerPoint, talking points, and fact sheets.

NYS Cancer Control Plan PowerPoint.pdf

NYS Cancer Control Plan Talking-Points.pdf

NYS Cancer Consortium 2019-2020 Year in Review.pdf

Become a Member

The more we work together, the greater impact we will have towards preventing and controlling cancer in New York State.

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This publication was supported by Cooperative Agreement Number, N5U58DP006309-04, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the Department of Health and Human Services, Health Research, Inc. or the NYS Department of Health.