International Association of Cancer Registries (IACR)
Association internationale des registres du cancer
Asociación Internacional de Registros del Cancer
1966 Tokyo Japan
1966, Tokyo (Japan).
Foster the exchange of information between cancer registries internationally; improve quality of data and comparability between registries by standardizing methods of registration, definition and coding; disseminate information on the multiple uses of cancer registry data in the planning and evaluation of cancer prevention and therapy, and in epidemiological research into the causes of cancer.
Events2020-10-12 | Nouméa, New Caledonia – Annual Meeting
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Executive Board, comprising President, Immediate Past President, General Secretary, Executive Secretary, Treasurer and 9 Regional Representatives. Regions (6): Africa; Europe; North America; Central and South America; Asia; Oceania.
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