Improving Quality of Life

CDC’s National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program works with communities across the nation to reduce the number of illnesses and deaths caused by cancer.

CDC’s National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program works with communities across the nation to reduce the number of illnesses and deaths caused by cancer, as well as to improve quality of life.

Earlier this year, the Louisiana Comprehensive Cancer Control Program and the Geographic Health Equity Alliance combined forces for smoke-free air in New Orleans, Louisiana. Through their efforts, along with a coalition of health and cultural organizations, a comprehensive smoke-free law for indoor worksites and public places was passed.

Read more about the driving force behind the New Orleans smoke-free law, [PDF-353KB] as well as other success stories. We hope they inspire readers and spark new ideas to continue the mission of the National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program.

Division of Cancer Prevention and Control (DCPC)
National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

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