Developed by Cancer Australia, the ten-year Australian Cancer Plan (the Plan) is a future-focused plan designed to improve cancer outcomes, particularly for those groups whose health outcomes are poorer. The ground-breaking national strategy sets out strategic objectives, ambitions, goals and priority actions for cancer control.
The Plan was developed through extensive engagement and consultation across the cancer sector, with input from people affected by cancer, consumer organisations, peak bodies, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, researchers, health professionals, non-government organisations, and policy makers.
To view the Australian Cancer Plan and learn more about how we can help achieve world-class cancer outcomes and experiences for all Australians, visit www.australiancancerplan.gov.au
For more information on how the sector can get involved in implementation of the Plan, visit https://canceraus.engagementhub.com.au/implementation-plan-activities