NAACCR Call for Data

The NAACCR Call for Data will open on October 1, 2016!

The Call for Data Instructional Webinar is scheduled for September 21, 2016 from 2-3:30 pm ET. Click here to register for free. 




NAACCReview is a publication covering various subjects within and relating to the cancer surveillance field. All NAACCR members are encouraged to submit content for use in future releases.



Annual Report to the Nation

Annual Report to the Nation

NAACCR is pleased to announce the publication of the Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer, 1975-2012. CDC took the lead on the publication this year, which is a long-standing collaborative effort between ACS, CDC, NAACCR, and NCIThe report features a special section on liver cancer.

Both CDC and NCI have produced useful materials for understanding and promoting the report. Please share #ARN2016!


Who We Are

The North American Association of Central Cancer Registries, Inc., NAACCR, is a professional organization that develops and promotes uniform data standards for cancer registration; provides education and training; certifies population-based registries; aggregates and publishes data from central cancer registries; and promotes the use of cancer surveillance data and systems for cancer control and epidemiologic research, public health programs, and patient care to reduce the burden of cancer in North America.

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NAACCR Webinars

NAACCR webinars are web-based seminars for cancer registry and surveillance professionals. Each webinar includes a didactic presentation, question and answer session, and quizzes. Homework and sample case review are included when appropriate. Multiple participants may attend a session at a single site for one low cost. Technical support is provided to webinar series subscribers.



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What's New At NAACCR

  • NAACCR becomes a member of UICC

    UICC's purpose: "We unite the cancer community to reduce the global cancer burden, to promote greater equity and to integrate cancer control into the world health and development agenda". Click here to learn more.