The National Cancer Center (NCC) strives to improve national health and welfare by reducing the incidence and mortality
of cancer through research, patient care, education & training, and support for the national cancer control programs.
The above goals are effectively achieved through five actions:
performing basic and clinical research on cancer;
providing medical care services for cancer patients;
offering education and training for health professionals and those engaged in the national cancer control programs;
assisting the government in formulating and implementing the national cancer control program;
providing consulting services to other medical institutions specializing in cancer
Establishment based on National Cancer Center Act on January 2000 (on the basis of Cancer Control Act after June 2011)
NCC is a government-funded institution founded on the basis of the ‘National Cancer Act’ in March 2000.
NCC is striving to be the World’s best national cancer center in research, patient care and cancer control policy.
■ Specialized medical care for foreign patients
○ Cancer treatment