Over the past 60 years, the Hong Kong Anti-Cancer Society (HKACS) has always been at the forefront of fighting against cancer and shows its commitment to serve the people of Hong Kong; not only providing cancer prevention works, but also organising various educational activities to raise awareness of cancer including public talks, sharing and exhibitions. All these activities provide a chance for people to understand cancer and improve their eating styles in order to help prevent cancer. This is not only for your own benefit, but also for those of your next generations.

To increase awareness and knowledge about all aspects of cancer through education, research and advocacy

To advocate prevention and early detection of cancer

To provide treatment, rehabilitation, palliative care and holistic support to cancer survivors and their families

“To fight against cancer 
by advocating, engaging, empowering and supporting all”


UICC's mission is to unite and support the cancer community to reduce the global cancer burden, to promote greater equity, and to ensure that cancer control continues to be a priority in the world health and development agenda.

The Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) is the oldest and largest global membership organisation dedicated to taking action on cancer. It was founded in 1933 and based in Geneva, UICC has over 1150 member organisations in 172 countries and territories. The membership base includes the world’s major cancer leagues and societies, research institutes, treatment centres, hospitals, ministries of health, public health agencies and patient support groups.

Connect globally through our signature events: World Cancer Congress, World Cancer Leaders’ Summit and World Cancer Day

Have a bigger impact in your area of work by strengthening your skills, knowledge, networks and resources to achieve effective cancer prevention and control

Amplify your voice in the worldwide cancer movement and hold governments accountable for their commitments

“Uniting the cancer community and creating new initiatives”