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    Other Cancer-Related Surveillance Web Sites

    ​  Other cancer-related surveillance Web sites includes United States federal agencies involved in cancer surveillance,         prevention, programs, etc., and private, or non-government, resources such as the American Cancer Society.

    American Cancer Society: Statistics

    Provides various reports that track cancer occurrence, including the number of deaths, cases, how long people survive after diagnosis, and behaviors that influence the risk of developing cancer and the use of screening tests.

    American Cancer Society-Cancer Facts, Figures

    Presents data on cancer incidence, mortality, survival, and cancer risk factors, and annual state estimates of expected new cancer cases and deaths.

    American Cancer Society-Cancer Prevention Early Detection Facts and Figures

    Presents data on tobacco use, overweight and obesity, physical inactivity, and nutrition and cancer screening. Discusses cancer prevention measures for children/adolescents and adults separately.

    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Program of Cancer Registries

    Collects information from all states that have state cancer registries.

    National Cancer Institute, Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results Program

    Collects information on cancer incidence, stage, and survival from 18 cancer registries throughout the United States; seven of the 18 registries are smaller regional subdivisions within a state.

    National Cancer Institute

    Is the Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer, 1975 to 2002, from the Surveillance and Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) Program; contains a special feature that focuses on surveillance data for cancer prevention and control.

    National Center for Health Statistics-Health United States

    Provides annual reports on national trends in health statistics from 1975-present.

    North American Association of Central Cancer Registries (Interactive)

    Presents statistics and reports for North American countries and U.S. states, using data from central cancer registries. Quick Cancer Stats provides interactive queries.

    National Health Interview Survey

    Provides results of continuous in-person interview survey conducted on a random sample of households in the country that collects information on illness and disability in the nation.

    National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 

    Collects information on the health and nutritional status of adults and children in the United States.

    National Vital Statistics System

    Collects information on cancer mortality from each state in the nation.

    U.S. Statistics Working Group (DHHS, CDC, NCI, and NAACCR)

    Provides annual reports from SEER and state-based registries of cancer incidence and mortality data.

    National Cancer Institute Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results Program

    Collects information on cancer incidence, stage, and survival from 11 cancer registries throughout the United States.​