Central cancer registries play a foundational role in cancer surveillance and research. NAACCR members are composed of registries that help standards and guidelines ensure data uniformity and quality. These registries collect, analyze, and disseminate vital cancer data, enabling researchers, policymakers, and healthcare providers to gain insights into cancer incidence, mortality, and trends.

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NAACCR Tools Can Help with Staffing Challenges

NAACCR Recruitment and Retention Toolkit It seems like every time I talk to a central registry manager the discussion quickly…


David O’Brien of Alaska Cancer Registry on Succession Planning

Even cancer registries need to have a succession plan in place. You are a cancer registry manager, and your data…


Wyoming Cancer Surveillance System: A Succesful Interstate Data Exchange Project

A closer look at Wyoming Cancer Surveillance Program’s 2021 NPCR Success Story and its partnership with the neighboring Utah Cancer…


Michigan Cancer Surveillance System: LexisNexis Linkage to Improve SSN and Vital Status Information

A spotlight on the Michigan Cancer Surveillance Program Spotlight on Registries is a new feature that highlights a registry’s special…