Dear Colleagues and Friends of the KSCP:
Since 1996, the Korean Society of Cancer Prevention (KSCP) has been spearheading seminal research and collaboration on cancer prevention. One important avenue towards achieving KSCP's mission has been the Annual Meeting of Korean Society of Cancer Prevention, which brings together world-class researchers, clinicians, practitioners, and other professionals from across the globe to present and discuss the latest and most exciting discoveries in the field of cancer prevention.
Korean Society of Cancer Prevention (KSCP) is a pioneer society contributing to national health promotion continuously since 1996 through research and collaborative efforts for cancer prevention. The annual meeting of KSCP is one of the best avenues towards achieving KSCP's mission and vision. At the meeting, world-class researchers, clinicians, practitioners, and other professionals from across the globe gather to discuss and present recent breakthroughs in the field of cancer prevention.
Professionals and innovators from a wide range of sectors academia, clinics, government agencies, industry, and more have been individually and collectively working towards a common goal of cancer prevention. An increasing number of scientists have been harnessing knowledge from various disciplines to tackle complex questions in cancer research. All these efforts will be highlighted in the program and theme for the 25th Annual Meeting: "A roadmap for a Comprehensive Cancer Prevention"
To achieve the common goal of cancer prevention, scientists and professionals across the range of sectors are working persistently. Growing interest among professional researchers and technological advances from various horizons has made considerable progress in cancer research. All these advances and efforts will be highlighted in the program as the 25th annual meeting theme is "A roadmap for comprehensive cancer prevention."
Thank you for joining us at the KSCP's 25th Annual Meeting! We hope the conference will be a useful medium for the exchange of scientific and clinical knowledge that will encourage greater collaboration and innovation across disciplines towards the pursuit of cancer prevention.
We also encourage cancer prevention researchers to overcome Covid19 pandemic disaster. Our society seems controlling the disaster well. However, we need to continuously take care of ourselves. Although we have got a conference under the difficulties, we hope this conference will be an inspiring and stimulating experience for all.
With best wishes for an outstanding meeting.
Soo-Wan Chae, MD, Ph.D.
Korean Society of Cancer Prevention