Japan launches Southeast Asian cancer research project to improve treatment, access

The National Cancer Center Japan (NCCJ) has launched a cooperative project with Vietnam and four other Southeast Asian countries to develop cancer drugs, therapies and improve treatment access.

By expanding clinical trials in other countries and sharing relevant data, the project could help hasten the development of new drugs capable of treating cancer patients. Japan would share its experience in the field through training and research programs too.

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Phan Anh