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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…

“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…

Paper published in APJCP received special recognition by WHO’s partner World Child Cancer

The paper published in the Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention on “Setting Priorities in Childhood Cancer in Low Income Countries Using Nominal Group Technique- Experience from an International Childhood Cancer Forum Exercise in Bangladesh” was discussed in the working group and shared with 154 countries. According to World Health organization with an estimated of…

The Best Published Paper in Flow Cytometry

We are delighted to know that the manuscript titled’ EPCAM based Flow Cytometric Detection of Circulating Tumor Cells in Gall Bladder Cancer Cases which were published in APJCP in Dec 2017 was awarded the best-published paper in flow cytometry in the 11th TCS Annual Conference in AIIMS New Delhi. This manuscript was authored by our…

XIIth IEA Eastern Mediterranean Regional meeting, February 21-23, 2019 Beirut, Lebanon

West Asia Chapter of APOCP is pleased to collaborate and support the “XIIth International Epidemiological association Eastern Mediterranean Regional meeting, February 21-23, 2019 Beirut, Lebanon”. This event is an important regional event discussing many aspect of epidemiology as whole with a special session on non-communicable diseases including cancer. We encourage all of our members and…

APJCP collaborates with scientists in Sydney in detecting fraudulent research result

APJCP collaborates with scientists in Sydney in detecting fraudulent research result.  Jennifer Byrne Professor of Molecular Oncology from Sydney Medical School and her colleague have developed the seek&blast software that detects mismatches between the claimed status of a sequence in a published paper and what the sequence actually is.  APJCP recently joint Bryen team to support…