The Cancer Surveillance System (CSS) collects population-based data on cancer incidence and survival in 13 counties in western Washington State. These cancer data are collected to provide public health scientists and practitioners with the ability to:
Track trends in the incidence of all forms of cancer (surveillance);
Identify and investigate patterns of cancer occurrence (epidemiology); and,
Monitor of trends in mortality and survival for specific cancers (end results).
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