Indiana Cancer Control Plan


The new Indiana Cancer Control Plan 2010-2014 is ready to view and implement!

This plan builds on the Indiana Cancer Control Plan 2005-2008 and provides a roadmap for cancer control in Indiana from 2010 through 2014.

The Indiana Cancer Control Plan 2010-2014 consists of six focus areas, with one goal per focus area. Please click to view the objectives of each focus area.

Primary Prevention – Decrease cancer risk through lifestyle behavioral interventions
Early Detection – Increase early detection and appropriate screening for cancer
Treatment – Promote informed decision making and utilization of appropriate cancer treatment
Quality of Life – Improve quality of life for cancer patients, survivors, and their families
Data – Increase the quantity, quality, and availability of complete and timely cancer and related data
Advocacy – Advocate for cancer-related policy initiatives

Click HERE to view the complete survivor stories, which are highlighted in the plan.

The goals are supported by SMART – Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Time-phased – and developmental objectives. The objectives are supported by recommended strategies.

The ICC utilizes these goals, objectives, and strategies to guide its efforts, and promote collaboration between public and private organizations and the citizens of Indiana.