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Become an INCTR member today!

INCTR is dedicated to lessening the suffering and limiting the number of lives lost from cancer in developing countries. Cancer is already a major health problem throughout the world and the burden of cancer is continually increasing.  Less developed countries lack the necessary resources to address the problem and many patients have limited or no access to cancer care. INCTR helps to build capacity for cancer prevention, treatment (including palliative care) and research.  It also emphasizes professional and public awareness in order to improve access to needed care in these countries.

INCTR’s success depends greatly on the support of a broad range of individuals, institutions, and corporations worldwide.

Join the INCTR Membership program and support ongoing projects or simply provide financial and moral support.

There are three different categories of INCTR Membership:

  • Individual Membership is open to individuals throughout the world. 
  • Institutional Membership is open to academic institutions, hospitals, cancer centers, NGOs, foundations, cancer organizations and professional societies from all over the world.  
  • Corporate Membership is open to all corporations that wish to support cancer control initiatives.

How can you become a member of INCTR?

Visit the Membership Application page to download a pdf membership application form.

Help INCTR bring comfort and hope to those who need it most by making a donation, voluntering, or supporting our activities.



INCTR's success depends greatly upon the support of individuals, institutions and corporations worldwide. Members participate in ongoing projects, serve on committees, or simply provide financial and moral support.

Become an INCTR Member

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