Translations of NCCN Guidelines and NCCN Guidelines for Patients are available in Chinese, Hmong, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Indonesian, Tagalog, and Vietnamese.


Medlive: NCCN collaborates with Medlive to share NCCN Guidelines in China. The collaboration will focus on providing the full English-language library of NCCN Guidelines on Medlive’s platform (in addition to their longtime home at, as well as Chinese translations.

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Chinese Gynecologic Cancer Society (CGCS): In collaboration with the Chinese Gynecologic Cancer Society (CGCS) and Shanghai Yanxin Cultural Firm, NCCN will work with the leading cancer care experts in China to translate and adapt NCCN Guidelines for Gynecologic Cancers, including cervical Cancer, Ovarian Cancer, Uterine Neoplasms, Gestational Trophoblastic Neoplasia, and Vulvar Cancer.


In 2023, NCCN signed of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Vietnam National Cancer Hospital (“K Hospital”) and the Vietnam Cancer Association to work together to improve standards for cancer care throughout the country.  As part of a medical delegation to Hanoi, Vietnam, in May 2023, leading oncology experts in Vietnam and the U.S. co-developed and published evidence-based harmonized clinical practice guidelines for the treatment of lung cancer for patients in Vietnam. Moving forward, the groups plan to address the top ten highest-incidence cancer types in Vietnam and focus on translating these important resources into Vietnamese.

NCCN Harmonized Guidelines™ (Vietnam) - Guidelines for Treatment of Cancer by Type


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