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The Cancer Registry of Norway and the Norwegian Cancer Society has a long and strong history of collaboration. The Norwegian Cancer Society was instrumental both political and financial when the Cancer Registry was founded back in 1952. In the following years, the Cancer Registry had major financial contributions from the Norwegian Cancer Society.
Throughout the history, the Cancer Registry of Norway and the Norwegian Cancer Society has had a strong collaboration on important areas as cancer research, cancer screening, prevention, and international work. The collaboration has been based on a common desire to reduce the number of cancer patients and to secure the best possible treatment for people affected by cancer.
The Norwegian Cancer Society is proud of the high standard the Cancer Registry of Norway has achieved through history, and we are looking forward to continuing our strong collaboration in the years to come.
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