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About the Florida Cancer Registrars Association

The Florida Cancer Registrars Association (FCRA), originally known as the Florida Tumor Registrars Association was founded in 1975 and chartered in 1978. John Regan, then supervisor of the Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitation’s Cancer Control Program, was active in the formation of the National Tumor Registrars Association (now the National Cancer Registrars Association) and suggested a local organization for Florida.

In a May 1976 memo to Florida registry program personnel, Regan described five goals for the Florida association; those goals, outlined below, are as applicable to the FCRA’s work today as they were those 40-plus years ago:

  1. Promote research and education in tumor registry administration to offer greater services to the cancer patient.
  2. Raise the level of knowledge and performance of tumor registrars through continuing education.
  3. Disseminate information to members of the association regarding current activities, research and trends in the cancer field.
  4. Initiate or participate in programs to improve and standardize the compiling of tumor registry information.
  5. Assist in seeking solutions to mutual registry problems.

Learn more about FCRA’s leadership, its bylaws and the NCRA or donate now.

Find out about FCRA news and events, education opportunities, and membership.

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