The Automated Childhood Cancer Information System (ACCIS) is an authoritative source of European data on cancer incidence and survival of children and adolescents. The primary aim of the ACCIS project is to widely disseminate comprehensive information about the occurrence and outcome of various cancers in the young European population. The ACCIS results stimulate research and inform public health policies.


An update of the ACCIS database is being prepared. Data from all member registries of the European Network of Cancer Registries (ENCR) are expected to be validated by the end of 2015. Complete information is provided in the Call for data section.

Last update: 16 October 2015