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Every Idahoan deserves the opportunity for proper cancer prevention and detection; state–of–the–art cancer treatment; and the highest possible quality of life which we are committed to provide through a data–driven, coordinated, comprehensive cancer plan.
Welcome to the Comprehensive Cancer Alliance for Idaho Website!

The Comprehensive Cancer Alliance for Idaho (CCAI) is a partnership between many dedicated individuals and organizations from healthcare and professional organizations, cancer-related and other non-profit organizations, cancer survivors, and individuals touched by cancer. CCAI was formed to achieve its goals through the development and implementation of an Idaho Comprehensive Cancer Strategic Plan.

Idaho aims to coordinate efforts to address the cancer burden by strengthening alliances and encouraging collaboration to address the continuum of cancer care including prevention, early detection and diagnosis, treatment, quality of life and survivorship and end of life.

The Alliance is working to reduce the number of preventable cancers and decrease late stage diagnosis of treatable and survivable forms of cancer by improving screening rates in Idaho and to improve the quality of life of Idahoans impacted by cancer.

Cancer Survivorship Care Conference Materials - May 15, 2015 - NEW!

Cancer Fact Sheets: Breast | Cervical | HPV | Colorectal | Head and Neck |
Tobacco | Melanoma

Health Status and Behaviors among Cancer Survivors in Idaho, 2012 (Sept 2014)

Project Filter Offers 8 Weeks of Free Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT)

Slides from CCAI Annual Meeting

Facts About Cancer in Idaho, 2014

Cervical Cancer Screening with the HPV Test

CCAI Strategic Plan Objectives 2011-2015

This website was supported by Grant No. U58/DP000766 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) through the Idaho Comprehensive Cancer Control Program. Its contents are the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the CDC.
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