Cancer Society of Finland was established in 1936, Cancer Society of Finland contains 12 local malignancy social orders and four patient associations. The part associations have more than 140 000 individual individuals. Provincial tumor affiliations and patient association are keep running all through the nation, giving a solid system of data and backing. Exercises depend on the aftereffects of investigative exploration, which is supported through gifts offered by the Finnish Cancer Foundation, the Finnish Foundation for Cancer Research and the Foundation for the Finnish Cancer Institute. The Finnish Cancer Registry gives epidemiological and factual data to the individuals who need it. Since 1962, Cancer Society of Finland has been a full UICC part.
The Cancer Society of Finland gives the essential subsidizing to the Finnish Cancer Registry. The National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) has made an agreement with the Cancer Society for the functional association of the enlistment exercises (counting mass screening registries) and somewhat subsidizes the malignancy register. Research activities are generally supported with gifts from national and global sources.