What is the Pennsylvania Cancer Coalition?

The Pennsylvania Cancer Coalition (PCC) is a statewide group that uses individual and collective resources to conduct comprehensive cancer control activities through implementation of the Pennsylvania Cancer Control Plan. The state cancer plan guides coalition activities by using data to identify cancer priorities, cancer disparities, and risk factors for cancer. The coalition selects evidenced-based interventions and strategies to reduce cancer burden that focus on cancer prevention, promoting early detection and treatment, supporting cancer survivors and caregivers and promoting health equity.

Membership is open to all cancer stakeholders, including private and non-profit organizations, health care providers and organizations, business coalitions, academic institutions, local regional and state government agencies, researchers, cancer survivors, and individuals.


Cancer in Pennsylvania

Check here to access the 2019-2023 Pennsylvania Cancer Control Plan and other cancer-related resources and information.

View the 2023-2033 Pennsylvania Cancer Control Plan.

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Check cancer statistics in Pennsylvania.

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Read recents post about Health Equity in Pennsylvania.

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News and Resources

2020-2021 Annual Cancer Report

The 2020-2021 Annual Cancer Report was sent recently to the Pennsylvania State Legislators. 

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