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New Hampshire Comprehensive Cancer Control Program (NH CCCP)
Looking for Post-Treatment Cancer Survivors Willing to be Interviewed for a Survivorship Services Study

The Comprehensive Cancer Control Program at the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health Services, is conducting a study in order to understand how to better support adult cancer survivors in New Hampshire. These interviews will take about 45 minutes and will take place by phone during the months of August and September.

Participants will receive a $25 Amazon gift card in gratitude for their time.

Participation in these interviews is voluntary and Interviews are confidential. The results of the interviews will be summarized and shared with the Comprehensive Cancer Control Program; no individuals will be identified.

To be eligible, interviewees must be adults, reside in New Hampshire, and have completed cancer treatment within the past five years.

If you are interested in participating or receiving more information, please contact Karen Horsch at


Two people holding handsSince 2005 cancer has been the leading cause of death for both males and females in New Hampshire. Between 2009 and 2016 an average of 7,793 new invasive cancers were reported each year1 making it likely that most people have been impacted by cancer by knowing someone who has been diagnosed, undergone treatment, or has survived cancer.

The NH Comprehensive Cancer Collaborative Program (NH CCC) is a CDC-funded program that enables all 50 states, the District of Colombia, seven tribal groups, and seven US Associated Pacific Islands/Territories to:

  • Maintain a state cancer coalition
  • Look at the burden of cancer in New Hampshire
  • Implement proven strategies for cancer control
  • Create cancer plans and put them into action

The NH CCCP works in close partnership with the New Hampshire Comprehensive Cancer Collaboration to develop and implement the NH Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan . The plan contains measurable objectives and evidence based strategies to prevent and control cancer.

The New Hampshire Comprehensive Cancer Collaboration
The NH CCC was established in 2004 to help reduce the burden of cancer in NH. The NH CCC is a dedicated partnership of individuals and organizations committed to eliminating cancer, reducing health disparities, promoting evidence based and promising practices, using a population health approach to maximize their impact. In partnership with the Division of Public Health Services the NH CCC routinely revises and updates their cancer plan. The 2015-2020 plan has three overarching goals:

  • To foster communities and systems that support and reinforce healthy lifestyles
  • To prevent and detect cancer at its earliest stage
  • To optimize quality of life for those affected by cancer
  1. GM Monawar Hosain, New Hampshire State Cancer Report 2009-2013, New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health Services and the New Hampshire State Cancer Registry, 2016. Accessed on April 13, 2017, Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol.

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