Cancer Registry Linkage Report
American Indian and Alaska Native communities and Tribes often lack adequate cancer statistics. Tribes need accurate Tribe-specific cancer incidence data in order to plan and provide appropriate cancer prevention, screening, treatment, and survivorship services to their communities and to obtain and allocate funds where they are most needed.
Electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS), including electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) and other devices such as electronic hookahs, electronic cigars, and vape pens, are battery-powered devices capable of delivering aerosolized nicotine and additives to the user.
An Overview of the Tobacco Control Act and Center for Tobacco Products for the National Native Network
Guide to implementing a smoke-free housing policy for the Sault Tribe Housing Authority.
Working to increase Alaska Native leadership to support tobacco-free and smokefree workplace policies within Tribes.
The evolution of tobacco control.
How Medicaid Preventive Services, Medicaid Health Homes, and State Innovation Models are Including Community Health Workers
The Cancer Planning Committee (CPC) comprised of varied partners listed on page three met over 2008 and 2009 to complete this comprehensive cancer prevention and control plan for the Tohono
O’odham Nation (TON).
A Look at How Six Minority-Serving National Organizations Are Working to Decrease Health Disparities