National Roundtables on Cancer

Through its national roundtables, the American Cancer Society convenes collaborative partnerships to address complex barriers to improving the lives of people with cancer and their families. NACDD is proud to be a contributing member of the national roundtables.

  • National Breast Cancer Roundtable: This coalition works to eliminate disparities and reduce mortality from breast cancer. They focus on ensuring access to quality screening and treatment for all women, particularly those in underserved communities.
  • National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable: This coalition provides implementation guides, communication tools, and policy briefs for professionals in various healthcare settings, public health, and community organizations.
  • National Lung Cancer Roundtable: This coalition works to reduce lung cancer incidence and mortality through leadership, strategic planning, and advocacy.
  • National Navigation Roundtable: This coalition promotes best practices and knowledge sharing in patient navigation, a critical support system for cancer patients.
  • National HPV Roundtable: This coalition focuses on raising HPV vaccination rates and preventing HPV-related cancers in the United States.
  • National Roundtable on Cervical Cancer: This coalition works to eliminate cervical cancer. They work with key organizations to implement policy and system changes that increase cervical cancer screening rates.

Resources for Cancer Data, Research, and Program Planning

  • National Cancer Institute GIS Portal for Cancer Research: This interactive web platform allows you to explore cancer-related geospatial data through mapping and visualization tools.
  • The Community Guide: This resource offers evidence-based findings to help you select interventions to improve health and prevent diseases in various settings.
  • Comprehensive Cancer Control Coalitions Advancing Health Equity: This webinar series assists CCC coalitions in addressing cancer health disparities. The focus is on integrating social justice and equity principles into program planning and implementation.
  • Evidence-Based Cancer Control Programs: This searchable database is designed for program planners and public health professionals. It provides easy access to materials for evidence-based cancer control programs.
  • U.S. Cancer Statistics Data Visualizations Tool: This user-friendly tool allows you to explore cancer data, including incidence, mortality, trends, survival, and prevalence estimates, at national, state, county, and congressional district levels.
  • The White House Cancer Moonshot: This initiative aims to bring renewed leadership to the fight against cancer, facilitate new collaborations, and drive progress across the cancer journey by engaging federal agencies, private companies, healthcare providers, patient groups, philanthropies, and all Americans.
  • SmokefreeNATIVE: This six-week free text messaging program helps American Indian and Alaska Native adults and teens quit smoking commercial tobacco. This program is offered through a collaboration between the National Cancer Institute and the Indian Health Service.

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