Members

Membership Application

Membership in the New Mexico Cancer Council is open to anyone who is interested in reducing the negative toll cancer takes on the populations of New Mexico including public health, education, research, treatment, academic and business sectors. There is no fee to join the Council.

Member Organizations

AIM at Melanoma Foundation

Albuquerque Area Indian Health Board

Albuquerque Chapter of the Oncology Nursing Society (ACONS)

American Cancer Society, South Region

American Cancer Society’s Cancer Action Network

American Liver Foundation

American Lung Association

CAPPED (Cancer Awareness, Prevalence, Prevention & Early Detection)

Cancer AID Resource and Education Inc. (CARE)

Cancer Services of New Mexico

Cancer Support Now, Inc.

Casa Esperanza

Comadre a Comadre

Isleta Pueblo Health Center

Indian Health Service

Indian Health Service National Programs Office

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Listen to Your Mom

Lovelace Women’s Hospital

National Ovarian Cancer Coalition

Navajo Breast & Cervical Cancer Prevention Program

New Mexico Cancer Care Alliance

New Mexico Department of Health Population and Community Health Bureau

New Mexico Oncology Hematology Consultants

New Mexico Primary Care Association

New Mexico State University

New Mexico State University Department of Nursing

New Mexico State University Department of Public Health Sciences, College of Health and Social Sciences

New Mexico Tumor Registry

New Mexico Veterans Affairs Healthcare System

Openden Associates

Pink Warrior House Foundation

Prostate Cancer Support Association of New Mexico

San Juan Regional Cancer Center

SYNCRONYS (formerly Lovelace Clinic Foundation Research)

The Gynecological Cancer Awareness Project (GCAP)

UNM Cancer Center

UNM Center for Native American Health

UNM Prevention Research Center

US TOO! Southern New Mexico

Individual Council Members

In addition to organizational members, Council membership also includes several people who have chosen to join as individual members and do not represent an organization.