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Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States (CDC ).
This summary of CPSTF findings to increase cancer screening and prevent skin cancer can be used as a reference, included in presentations, or shared with colleagues.
Increasing Colorectal Cancer Screening and Promoting Screening Quality: An Action Guide for Engaging Employers and Professional Medical Organizations [PDF - 6.1 MB] Developed by CDC’s Division of Cancer Prevention and Control
Increasing Colorectal Cancer Screening: An Action Guide for Working with Health Systems [PDF - 4.6 MB] Developed by CDC’s Division of Cancer Prevention and Control
Tools of the Trade: Multicomponent Interventions to Increase Cancer Screening (July 18, 2017)Developed by the National Cancer Institute in collaboration with The Community Guide
AMIGAS: Promoting Cervical Cancer Screening among Hispanic Women
Black Corals: A Gem of A Cancer Screening Program in South CarolinaBlack Corals: Video – 10:21
Blueprint for Success in Reducing Tobacco Use
Community Cancer Screening Program: Implementing Interventions to Address Disparities
Evidence-Based Recommendations Get Minnesotans in the Groove
New York: Increasing Cancer Screenings, Saving Lives
Practice What You Promote: Increasing Cancer Screening Rates Among Employees
Putting the Community Guide to Work at Workplaces: Partnering to Reach Employers
Skin Cancer Prevention
Improving Women's Health
Multicomponent Interventions to Increase Cancer Screening – Breast Cancer
Multicomponent Interventions to Increase Cancer Screening – Cervical Cancer
Multicomponent Interventions to Increase Cancer Screening – Colorectal Cancer
Community-Based Skin Cancer Prevention that WorksDeveloped by The Community Guide in collaboration with CDC's Division of Cancer Prevention and Control
Multicomponent Interventions Recommended to Increase Cancer ScreeningDeveloped by The Community Guide
Multicomponent Interventions to Increase Cancer Screening are Cost-EffectiveDeveloped by The Community Guide
Prompting Healthcare Providers Can Increase Cancer ScreeningsDeveloped by The Community Guide
CDC, Cancer Prevention and Control
CDC, National Center for Health Statistics
Healthy People 2020
National Cancer Institute
American Cancer Society
CDC, Skin Cancer: The Burning Truth
EPA, Skin Cancer Facts For Your State
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