National Cancer Registrars Association

National Cancer Registrars Association

The National Cancer Registrars Association (NCRA) is a not-for-profit association representing cancer registry professionals and Certified Tumor Registrars (CTR). NCRA's primary focus is education and certification with the goal to ensure all cancer registry professionals have the required knowledge to be superior in their field. Worldwide, there are over 5,000 NCRA members and nearly 4,500 CTRs.

Cancer Registrars capture a complete summary of the history, diagnosis, treatment & disease status for every cancer patient. Registrars' work leads to better information that is used in the management of cancer, and ultimately, cures.

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... Certified Tumor Registrars (CTR) are certified by NCRA's Council on Certification ... Council on Certification promotes standardization in the collection and use of cancer data through examination and certification of Cancer Registrars and other ... of competence required to provide accurate information for cancer surveillance and research activities ...

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