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The American Cancer Society National Breast Cancer Roundtable is a coalition of organizations dedicated to solving complex breast cancer and public health challenges that no one organization can accomplish on its own. The ACS NBCRT aims to accelerate progress across the breast cancer continuum through strategic partnerships to eliminate disparities and reduce mortality. The ACS NBCRT will work to ensure all women have access to quality screening and treatment, including Black women and women in other historically excluded communities, and to address the social and emotional needs of patients and their families.
The ACS uses the collective impact model as a framework that supports the evaluation of its Roundtable model. The definition of collective impact is a network of community members, organizations, and institutions who advance equity by learning together, aligning, and integrating their actions to achieve population and systems-level change. The collective impact model has five key components: the common agenda, shared measurement, mutually reinforcing activities, continuous communication, and backbone support.
The ACS, in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), launched its first roundtable, the ACS National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable, in 1997. Since then, ACS has worked with partners to establish the ACS National HPV Vaccination Roundtable (2014), the ACS National Lung Cancer Roundtable (2017), and the ACS National Navigation Roundtable (2017). In October 2022, the ACS launched our newest roundtables in response to the Biden Administration’s Cancer Moonshot, the ACS National Breast Cancer Roundtable and the ACS National Roundtable on Cervical Cancer.
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