2019年6月14日下午，在“第十四届全国胃癌学术会议”开幕前夕，由中国抗癌协会胃癌专业委员会和Chinese Journal of Cancer Research 《中国癌症研究》英文杂志共同主办的“2019中国中青年医师胃癌手术视频大赛”决赛在辽宁友谊宾馆迎宾厅圆满结束，经过紧张激烈的现场角逐，来自南方医科大学南方医院的陈韬医生和来自复旦大学附属华山医院的蒿汉坤医生在12名选手中脱颖而出夺得本次比赛的桂冠
为了适应我国肿瘤领域面临的发展新形势，向国际展示我国肿瘤诊疗的规范化和精准化，推动国内外肿瘤学领域的学术交流，《中国癌症研究》英文杂志(Chinese Journal of Cancer Research，CJCR)组织我国肿瘤领域知名专家学者对国家卫生健康委员会（National Health Commission of the People’s Republic of China, NHCPRC）修订的肿瘤诊疗规范（2018年版）进行编译并出版，以促进我国肿瘤临床研究成果与诊疗经验的国际传播与交流。
In 2017, National Central Cancer Registry of China (NCCRC) updated nationwide cancer statistics using population-based cancer registry data in 2014 collected from all available cancer registries. There are 449 cancer registries submitted cancer registry data in 2014, among which 339 registries’ data met the criteria of quality control and were included in analysis. These cancer registries covered 288,243,347 population, accounting for about 21.07% of the national population in 2014. Numbers of nationwide new cancer cases and deaths were estimated using calculated incidence and mortality rates and corresponding national population stratified by area, sex, age group and cancer type. The world Segi’s population was applied for age-standardized rates. Heavy cancer burden and its disparities between area, sex and age group pose a major challenge to public health in China. Nationwide cancer registry plays a crucial role in cancer prevention and control.
To analyze cancer incidence data in Beijing in 2014 and temporal trends for selected common cancers during 2005 and 2014. A total of 144 secondary and tertiary hospitals reported newly diagnosed cancer cases to Beijing Cancer Registry, which covers 13 million residents in Beijing. The cancer incidence rate was calculated in strata by cancer type, sex, age group and area. The population composition of China in 1982 and Segi’s population structure were used to calculate age-standardized rates. Extensive procedures were used to assure the quality of the data. A total of 45,300 new cancer cases were diagnosed in Beijing in 2014. The incidence rate was 341.92/100,000 (343.50/100,000 in males, 340.33/100,000 in females). Cancer remains an important public health problem. Actions should be taken to diminish total cancer incidence in Beijing.