राष्ट्रीय रोग सूचना विज्ञान और अनुसंधान केंद्र
National Centre for Disease Informatics and Research
Population Based Cancer Registries (PBCRs) have always remained the corner stone of NCRP
particularly from the public health point of view. Perhaps PBCR is the only source which provides authentic
data on incidence and mortality of cancer in various parts of the nation for a defined period. As heredity
and environment remain the two major determinants of cancer, understanding of wide geopathological
variation in a country like India is almost imperative in order to address the problem of cancer. Here lies
the importance of PBCR data.
The main objective of HBCRDM software is to capture the cancer patient’s identifying, diagnostic and
treatment information registered in the hospital. Centres have been provided with the login ID, password
and the printed core forms. The centres are collecting and transmitting the data. Quality check report on
data could be generated by the centres as well by the NCRP. Updates and corrections of the data can be
1 - To obtain the details of clinical stage and types of treatment in the Hospital Based Cancer Registries under the NCRP and in other selected centres and medical colleges across the country;
2 - To obtain clinical stage and treatment based survival in all registered and treated patients at these centres;
A project of the National Cancer Registry Programme (Indian Council of Medical Research)
The main objectives of the project are:
(i) To obtain an overview of patterns of cancer in different parts of the country ;
(ii) To calculate estimates of cancer incidence wherever feasible.
The main objectives of this study were:
(i) to obtain an overview of patterns of cancer in the state of Punjab;
(ii) to calculate estimates of cancer incidence wherever feasible.
"Development of an Atlas of Cancer in Haryana State" is the project intends to cover all malignant cases of cancer reported from the year 2016 onwards in the state of Haryana. The project was conceived, to collate and process relevant data on cancer by using a cost-effective design and plan which ensures utilization of advances in modern electronic and information technology. The project aims to generate an idea of patterns of cancer in the Haryana state, by collaborating with hospitals in Government and Private sector, Diagnostic and Pathology labs.
National Centre for Disease Informatics and Research, Bengaluru.