The Alabama Comprehensive Cancer Control Coalition (ACCCC) is a statewide network of physicians, organizations, medical groups, cancer patients, cancer survivors and interested individuals dedicated to reducing the impact and burden of cancer on Alabama.
Since its formation in 1988, the ACCCC has built a successful history of cancer control through an integrated approach that includes prevention, early detection, treatment and palliation. Members of the ACCCC work together in assessing the state’s cancer concerns, identifying priorities, locating gaps in service and education, and allocating resources efficiently.
In 2011, the ACCCC adopted a simple motto to sum up its mission moving forward: “Educate. Advocate. Participate.” The research, knowledge and technology exist today to significantly reduce the impact of cancer on Alabama. It is the ACCCC’s purpose to help discover, share and utilize the information and resources that can help reach that goal.
Read the ACCCC's 2011-2015 Statewide Plan. (10.6MB) (HTML Version)
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