Arkansas Cancer Registry
Cancer is the second leading cause of death behind heart disease in Arkansas. The most frequently diagnosed cancers in the state include lung, colorectal, breast cancer among women, and prostate cancer among men. Due to the increasing burden, it will be important for the Arkansas Central Cancer Registry to collect cancer information for surveillance, to conduct cancer investigations, to assist initiatives for early detection and prevention, and to supply data for research and policy endeavors.
Since 1996, through funding from the National Program of Cancer Registry (NPCR) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the ACCR has been collecting population-based cancer incidence data among residents in Arkansas. The ACCR collects high quality and complete data, and has been consistently certified as Registry of Distinction by NPCR and a gold-standard registry designated by the North American Association of Central Cancer Registries (NAACCR).
- Click here for the Cancer Registry publications.
- Click here for the Arkansas Cancer Registry Query System.
- Click here for Arkansas Cancer Registry data available using SEER*Stat. This public use data set for researchers is available from the National Program for Cancer Registries (NPCR) at the CDC. Please see the data dictionary for more information.
|Reporters and Physicians|
|Resources for Reporters|
|The Impact of Cancer Data - "Cancer Data - Lives Matter"|
|Cancer Registry Meaningful Use|
|Cancer Reporting Tool (WebPlus)|
*We acknowledge the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, for its support of the Arkansas Central Cancer Registry staff, and the printing and distribution of the monograph under cooperative agreement NU58DP006343 awarded to Arkansas. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of CDC.
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