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The APOCP and ANCCA Joint Meeting on Cancer amid COVD 19 – Dec. 4th, 2020

The  Participating Institute   Download the Agenda The Rational The Asian Pacific Organization for Cancer Prevention (APOCP) and the Asian National Cancer Center Alliance (ANCCA)  have joined forces to address the difficulty and issues related to the care of cancer patients during the hard time of the pandemic. COVID-19 pandemic has affected healthcare services across …

Meeting of the editorial board members of APOCP’s Journals

The Program Agenda   Scientific committee The Rational The aims of APOCP are to provide opportunities for expert researchers to exchange mutual information for cancer prevention, to promote collaborative studies on cancer epidemiology and prevention, and to facilitate the implementation of active programs for cancer control. APOCP is actively engaged in helping cancer scientists publish …

Cancer Registry Report Guideline

APJCP was lunched in 2000 and soon was nominated as the official publication of the International Association of Cancer Registries. As a medium to publish papers from different scientists in Asia, the journal has been receiving and publishing the report of cancer registries as its favorite papers. The journal is proud to announce  that during …

The Environmental and Occupational Cancer Seminar

GREETING AND ANNOUNCEMENT The APOCP International Seminar on Environmental and Occupational Cancer  It is our pleasure to inform you that The APOCP International Seminar on Environmental and Occupational Cancer will be from November 21th to 23th, 2020. Since the foundation of APOCP in 2000, we have brought people together to promote cancer prevention and collaborative …

“Oncology Practices amid COVID-19 Pandemic” ! APOCP will collaborate with Asian National Cancer Centers Alliance (ANCCA) to address the effect

COVID-19 pandemic has affected healthcare services across the globe and cancer care delivery is not an exception. Global lockdown has largely changed the cancer care practice from hospital visits to teleconsultations to check the spread of novel coronavirus 2019 as cancer patients are more susceptible to any infection than other individuals because of their systemic …