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The Colorado Cancer Plan has guided the prevention, treatment and control of cancer statewide for more than 20 years. The 2016-2020 state cancer plan continues in that tradition, providing a five-year framework to reduce the risk, incidence and mortality associated with cancer in Colorado. This plan represents a shared approach to overcoming Colorado's cancer challenges through primary prevention, early detection, effective treatment and support for survivors from the time of diagnosis until the end of life.

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Read the 2016-2020 Colorado Cancer Plan (PDF)

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Help for grantees

We offer grant management resources for grantees of the Cancer Prevention and Early Detection program.

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Genetic counseling

Genetic counselors inform and advise individuals and families on their risk of inheriting certain diseases and the treatment options available.

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