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CTR is a central resource for registrars working in all CT hospitals and healthcare facilities to ensure timely and accurate reporting on all cancer cases diagnosed within the state.


  • Lists The following lists detail specific cancer reporting requirements:

Reportable List

Casefinding List

NAACCR Standards and Data Dictionary

NAACCR Required Data Items 

Effective Dates for Cancer Registry Reference Manuals

A Cancer Registrar's Guide to Collecting Industry and Occupation

NCI Dictionary of Cancer Terms Widget

           CTR-Coding Family History

  • Abstracts To assist registrars in preparing abstracts, NCRA’s Education Committee provides informational abstracts:











  • NAACCR Webinar Series Monthly series of 3-hour long webinars:

10/04/2018    Collecting Cancer Data:  Lung

11/01/2018    Collecting Cancer Data:  Pharynx

12/06/2018    Collecting Cancer Data:  Breast

01/10/2019    Collecting Cancer Data:  Testis

02/07/2019    Collecting Cancer Data:  Colon

03/07/2019    Boot Camp

04/04/2019    Collecting Cancer Data:  Hematopoietic and Lymphoid Neoplasms

05/02/2019    Collecting Cancer Data:  Neuroendocrine Tumors

06/06/2019    Collecting Cancer Data:  Ovary

08/09/2019    Solid Tumor Rules

09/05/2019    Coding Pitfalls

10/03/2019    Breast

11/07/2019    Bladder

01/09/2020    Prostate

02/06/2020    SDDI's: An In-Depth Look

03/05/2020    Abstracting and Coding Boot Camp

06/11/2020    Esophagus

07/09/2020    Navigating the 2020 Survey Application Record (SAR)



Incidence Data



*Click here for cancer site-specific statistics by County of Residence.



Useful links for registrars:





National Cancer Institute


Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results Program


The North American Association of Central Cancer Registries

   Tumor Registrars Association of Connecticut
   National Cancer Registrars Association    


For more information, please contact CTR at (860) 509-7163.


This work has been supported by federal funds from the National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services, under Contract No. HHSN261201800002I.