An Excessive Heat Warning is in effect on July 23, 2014 for La Paz, Maricopa, Pinal, and Yuma Counties until July 24, 2014 at 8:00 PM. Learn more about how to stay safe in extreme heat and stay informed about future heat alerts.

Topics

Cancer

This is a comprehensive directory of all the cancer resources, information, data and programs available within the Arizona Department of Health Services. Its primary purpose is to provide cancer patients, survivors, their families, friends and healthcare providers a centralized location with direct links to all of the cancer information, resources and programs available within ADHS. Additionally, you will find links to established, national and local cancer programs and resources that may be beneficial for Arizonans.

Choose a subject below to view a list of resources.

  • Prevention
  • Screening
  • Treatment
  • Survivorship/Quality of Life
  • Research & Data
  • Other Resources
  • Arizona Cancer Coalition

Survivorship/Quality of Life

survivors

Other Resources

Find free and low-cost breast and cervical cancer screenings in your area – National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program

Screen for Life: National Colorectal Cancer Action Campaign

Note: ADHS HealthCheck Programs does not endorse and is not responsible for the content of these websites, they are provided solely for your reference.

Arizona Cancer Coalition

Arizona Cancer Coalition

The Arizona Department of Health Services facilitated the development of the Arizona Cancer Coalition (ACC). The ACC is dedicated to reducing the cancer burden for all Arizonans and works to improve all cancer related issues including prevention, early detection and screening, treatment and diagnosis, quality of life and survivorship and research and data.

Coalition members include cancer survivors, caregivers and advocates as well as members of the state and local governments, community stakeholders, non-profit organizations, universities, the cancer research community, and the health, medical and business communities. To learn more about the Arizona Cancer Coalition visit www.azcancercoalition.org.