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​About us

Asian Pediatric Hematology and Oncology Group (APHOG)
Improving the diagnosis and treatment of childhood cancers in Asia

The goal is to achieve at least 60% survival for all children with cancer by 2030.
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We have

11 tasks to accomplish our goals .



   Our structure is composed of several councils to operate,

although still under formation.




one main council & one advisory board, which are composed of 22 members from various Asian countries .

2023 Feb.5            14:00~16:00 (Tokyo Time)

                             International Childhood Cancer Day 2023 Saga

                             APHOG held the hybrid event with MOCC, Lions Clubs International

                             337-C and SIOP.

2022 Dec.3            11:00~13:30 (Tokyo Time)           

                             “1st APHOG Global Seminar 2022"

                              - Recent Advances in the Treatment of Osteosarcoma -

              was held on line.                                                                          


2022 Nov.16          18:00~20:00 (Tokyo Time)          

                             “2nd APHOG & SIOP-ASIA Joint Symposium 2022"

                             - Asian Challenges to Conquer Wilms Tumor -

                             was held virtual.  


                            Archive video is available on YouTube channel: 

2022 Sep.25          14:00~16:00 (Tokyo Time)       

                             2nd WHO GICC in Tokyo 2022 hybrid conference was held at

                             National Cancer Center Japan, Tokyo.

                               Organizers: MOCC & APHOG

                               Co-organizers: SIOP Asia & Amazon

                               Full archived footage is available on MOCC homepage:


2022 July 31           13:30~17:30 Beijing time 

                              1st APHOG Meeting jointly with SIOP Asia 2022  

                              was held on virtual platform hosted by Guangdong Children Cancer Group.



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