Dedicated to reducing the burden of cancer in Ohio.

About Ohio Partners for Cancer Control

Ohio Partners for Cancer Control (OPCC) is a statewide coalition dedicated to reducing the burden of cancer in Ohio.

The coalition includes representatives of organizations and individual members who have cancer prevention and control as a focus of their mission. Organizations represented include hospitals, universities, cancer centers, health care professional associations, nonprofit organizations, government agencies, minority health coalitions, and community organizations.

Ohio Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan (Cancer Plan)
2015-2020 Priority Objectives

The Cancer Plan is a strategic plan to reduce the cancer burden throughout Ohio. It is designed to provide
guidance to individuals and organizations. View the Cancer Plan for additional information.

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Primary Prevention

The goal: to reduce the incidence of preventable cancers.

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Early Detection

The goal: to identify cancer at the earliest possible stage.


Patient-Centered Services

The goal: improve the lives for persons diagnosed with cancer.

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.