Early Detection

Goal: To Identify Cancer at the Earliest Possible Stage

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Our Actionable Early Detection Strategy

There are reliable and accepted early detection screenings for breast, cervical, colorectal, oral, and lung cancers. These screenings are conducted in order to find precancerous and cancerous abnormalities prior to the onset of symptoms.

By following screening guidelines, cancer can be detected at the earliest stages, increasing available treatment options and survival rates and reducing mortality rates. Additionally, for colorectal and cervical cancers, early detection screenings can find changes prior to cancer developing and prevent the potential progression to cancer.

Priority Objective: Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer is the focus of OPCC under its Early Detection component scheduled to launch July 1, 2017.

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Priority Objective: Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal Cancer is the 2017-2018 priority objective under the Early Detection component of the Cancer Plan.

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Other Sections of the Cancer Plan

We Always Welcome New Members

Together, we can achieve more. New members and fresh ideas are always welcome! OPCC will achieve far greater success than could be accomplished by individual organizations working alone.