Healthy Communities

Arkansas Cancer Registry

Population-based cancer surveillance is critical in North America for cancer control activities aimed at reducing the morbidity and mortality of cancer, the second leading cause of death in the United States. The Arkansas Central Cancer Registry (ACCR) is a population-based registry designed to collect timely and complete data on all cancer cases diagnosed in the state. 

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.

Click here for the Cancer Registry publications.

Click here for the Arkansas Cancer Registry Query System.

Application for Cancer Registry Surveillance Data (Request Form)
Guidelines for Investigating Clusters of Chronic Diseases
Rules Pertaining to the Arkansas Cancer Registry
Cancer Registries Amendment Act
Arkansas Board of Health Statewide Cancer Registry Act
Reporters and Physicians
The Impact of Cancer Data - "Cancer Data - Lives Matter"
Cancer Registry Meaningful Use
Office Address Phone Fax
Cancer Registry 4815 W. Markham Street, Slot 7
Little Rock, AR 7220
501-661-2463 501-661-2891

Public Health Accrediation Board
Arkansas Department of Health
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