Update：February 4, 2021
CCCRI routinely sponsors a series of external communication and outreach programs such as public education events in the form of “Summer School” for secondary and high school students, public exhibition events for cancer prevention and meetings with cancer patients, survivors and their family. Since 1998, our annual Summer School, “satellite school for future scientists,” event invited middle and high school students to come to our campus and experience hands-on experiments of DNA extraction, exploratory analytical examination of their own DNA and blood cells by microscopy. Our hospital since 1990 has been hosting an outreach event we call “FUREAI HIROBA (Companion Square)” in which our staff and student volunteers participate in a variety of fun activities with cancer patients and their family. We also participate in a number of public exhibition events and publication of educational informational booklets in collaboration with cancer survivors and our colleagues at the Center. To raise public awareness for early cancer diagnosis and treatment, we also participate in public events hosted by other institutes and organizations for cancer prevention activities and communications with cancer patients and survivors.
Cancer Prevention Exhibition 2017
Smile Cancer Walk Chiba 2017
Summer Science School