Learn more about cancer prevention, screening, diagnosis, treatment, survivorship, end-of-life care and state cancer prevention projects. 
In Colorado, 1 in 2 men and 2 in 5 women will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. The cancer control continuum explains health care for cancer over time, starting with prevention and ending with end-of-life care. Learn more about each below.
Ways to protect your health and prevent cancer from occurring 
Getting screened, resources to help get you screened, why family health history matters
Treating cancer, caregiving for someone in cancer treatment, Colorado Central Cancer Registry
Cancer survivorship resources, get involved with cancer prevention efforts 
Information about the 2016-2020 Colorado Cancer Plan, what you can do, strategic planning already underway, CDPHE's role in the plan
Colorado cancer data and statistics 

Related program

Electronic Cancer Surveillance and Tracking (eCaST) system