Cancer is a collection of related diseases in which some body cells divide without stopping and spread into surrounding tissues. Certain cancerous growths are called tumors.
CDC funds NACDD to address the issue of cancer prevention and control in the public health arena. Project activities range from monitoring the impact of changes in the healthcare system to looking into more effective communications for cancer patients post diagnosis. The NACDD Cancer Council meets regularly and provides training and professional development opportunities for staff in CDC-funded cancer programs in State Health Departments.
Join the NACDD Cancer Council calls to stay up-to-date on projects and opportunities.
Contact Randy Schwartz to learn more about the Cancer Council and the many ways you can participate