Do comprehensive cancer control programs benefit from integrating into broader chronic disease programs? Today's cyber-seminar grapples with this issue.
State public health agencies across the US are increasingly integrating activities across single-disease program lines. Comprehensive cancer control programs have in many cases benefited from the potential for efficient use of staff, funds, and surveillance and intervention efforts. Such integration however is not without barriers, challenges and constraints.
We would like to hear from you. What has been your experience? Do you have suggestions for other comprehensive cancer control programs grappling with integrating into the broader spectrum of programs?