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United States Chinese Anti-Cancer Association, is organized under the "general Not for Profit Corporation
Act" of the State of California, United States, exclusively for educational, scientific and charitable purposes.

The mission of the association is:

1、Facilitates collaborations among Chinese American professionals in the field of cancer research, treatment and prevention;

2、Promotes knowledge and information exchange between the professionals in the United States and China;

3、Provides educational information to serve cancer patients, their families, and the community.

The Latest News

CJC: Our journal has an Impact Factor of 4.111 now, a big jump in History

We are pleased to announce that the 2016 Impact Factor (IF) of Chinese Journal of Cancer (CJC) is 4.111 according to the Journal Citation Reports released by the Clarivate Analytics on June 14, 2017.

A Big Jump

USCACA Participate in the Up-coming 20 CSCO Annual Meeting in Xiamen

USCACA will participate in the upcoming 20th Annual Meeting of Chinese Society of Clinical Oncology (CSCO) (http://reg.csco.org.cn/reg2017en/) with a theme of "Together we innovate on our inheritance", to be held on Sept. 26-30, 2017 at Xiamen International Conference and Exhibition Center, Xiamen, Fujian, China. USCACA-CSCO will have a session entitled "Translating Science into Medicine – Early Phase Cancer Drug Development of Immuno-­‐oncology Combinations and Novel Targeted Agents” to be chaired by Helen Chen and Li Yan.

USCACA-CSCO Joint Session

Congratulations to the newly elected President Shi-Yuan Cheng at the ACACR Inaugural Meeting, April 2, 2017, Washington DC

Shiyuan Cheng, Professor at Feinberg School of Medicine of Northwestern University was elected as the new President of the newly formed Association for Chinese Americans in Cancer Research (ACACR) at the Inaugural Meeting, April 2, 2017 (also a joint meeting of USCACA and ACACR) at the 2017 AACR Annual meeting in Washington DC. Shi-Yuan was also the past President of USCACA (2013-2016), and his outstanding service for USCACA was recognized by an outstanding service plate presented by his successor, Qingyi Wei, the new President of USCACA.

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