The Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention (APJCP) is a monthly electronic journal, publishing papers in a wide spectrum of cancer sciences. The journal was launched in 2000 as the official publication of the Asian Pacific Organization for Cancer Prevention (APOCP) and its first volume with 51 articles was published in 2000.  Since then, the journal has published 17 volumes and close to 8,000 articles.

The APJCP with its distinguished, diverse, and Asia-wide team of editors, reviewers, and readers, ensure the highest standards of research communication within the cancer sciences community across Asia as well as globally. The APJCP accepts a manuscript on the whole spectrum of cancer sciences.

All manuscripts published in the Asia Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, are under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License. This permits anyone to copy, distribute, transmit and adapt the published work, provided the original work and source are appropriately cited. 


 

New Editorial policy

Close to 10% of manuscripts submitted and accepted for publication in APJCP suffer a low quality of English writing which is a burden on the Journal's editorial system. In order to address this, the journal’s editorial team has set up a quality assurance policy.  Starting from July 1, 2017, all manuscripts .. Read more


 

Current Issue: Volume 21, S1, July 2020, Pages 1-38 

4. Improving Information to Enable Effective Tobacco Control Intervention and Measure Progress Over Time: The Cambodia Country Experience

Pages 5-8

James Rarick; They Kheam; Yel Daravuth; Edouard Tursan d’Espaignet; Mina Kashiwabara; Chhea Chhordaphea; Bungon Ritthiphakdee


5. Investing in Tobacco Control: Twelve Years of MPOWER Measures and Progress in the Western Pacific Region

Pages 9-16

Katia De Pinho Campos; Mina Kashiwabara; Ashlee Teakle; Ramon De Guzman; Kate Lannan; Susan Mercado


6. Secondhand Smoke Exposure among Nonsmokers in China

Pages 17-22

Lin Xiao; Yuan Jiang; Jingru Zhang; Mark Parascandola


7. Tobacco Industry Fingerprints on Delaying Implementation of Pictorial Health Warnings in the Western Pacific

Pages 23-25

Yen Lian Tan; Judith Mackay; Mary Assunta Kolandai; E Ulysses Dorotheo


9. Secondhand Tobacco Smoke Exposure in Indoor Workplaces in Viet Nam and Associated Factors: Findings from Two Rounds of Global Adult Tobacco Surveys (GATS) 2010 and 2015

Pages 33-38

Nguyen Tuan Lam; Pham Thi Quynh Nga; Mina Kashiwabara; Phan Thi Hai; Doan Thi Thu Huyen; Kim Bao Giang; Hoang Van Minh; Nguyen The Quan; Luong Ngoc Khue; Kidong Park