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Virginia Cancer Registry

The Virginia Cancer Registry (VCR) is a partner in statewide activities to promote cancer prevention, early detection, and successful treatment and care. The cancer information collected by the VCR describes the impact of cancer in Virginia and is used to assist cancer control and prevention programs and initiatives.

 

Annoucing

VCR 2008 Spring Regional Workshops
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2000 - 2004 Incidence Data

Cancer incidence data for 2000 - 2004 is now available. The data provide an overview of cancer incidence in Virginia. Highlights include increased use of figures and graphs, a comparison of pediatric and adults cancers, and more emphasis on cancer case numbers and rates in Virginia's cities and counties. Click Here >>>


2007 VCR Reporter Manual

The new VCR reporter manual is an essential resource for Virginia's cancer reporters. Contents include reporting requirements, case finding help, data items to report and codes to use, quality control, and abundant reference material. Click Here >>>


Data Reports

Chronic Disease Health Indicators by Health District 2007


2006 Comprehensive Chronic Disease Data Report - Comprehensive chronic disease data report that describes the prevalence of chronic disease, related risk factors, costs, and associated morbidity and mortality.


Tobacco Use Quit Line

Want to quit or know someone who does? Call Quit Now Virginia at 1(800) QuitNow (784-8669). Available in both English and Spanish with access to translation services for callers who speak other languages. Also, a TTY line is available for the hearing impaired at (877) 777-6534.


Visit the Tobacco Use Control Project web page for additional information


NAACCRLogo The North American Association of Central Cancer Registries (NAACCR) certifies the Virginia Cancer Registry to be a provider of complete, accurate, and timely cancer incidence data. To learn more about NAACCR and its central registry certification program, click on the logo.


*** VCR may provide links to other Internet sites only for the convenience of World Wide Web users. VCR is not responsible for the availability or content of these external sites, nor does VCR endorse, warrant or guarantee the products, services or information described or offered at these other Internet sites.


Last Updated: 03-27-2014

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