Globalization produce many impacts on health and lifestyle. Exposure to UV rays, cigarette smoke and pollution from vehicles and factories cause various health disorders such as hyper-pigmentation, skin and lung cancer. The prevention paradigm has developed rapidly in the world, including Indonesia, primarily related to health, fitness and beauty. As an example is the use of antioxidants for health and antiaging for beauty. Strategies to solve the problem includes the use of an agent that is called chemopreventive agent. Continue reading “INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR”



Pada tanggal 12 Mei 2010 diselenggarakan rapat sekaligus deklarasi pendirian Pehimpunan Ahli Kemoprevensi Indonesia (PAKKI) atau Indonesian Society for Cancer Chemoprevention (ISCC) di Ruang Sidang Unit V Fakultas Farmasi Universitas Gadjah Mada. Rapat tersebut dihadiri oleh para anggota Dewan Pendiri yang berasal dari berbagai institusi seperti LIPI, BPPT, Stem Cell Institute (SCI), Continue reading “PRESS RELEASE”


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Indonesian Journal of Cancer Chemoprevention is a three anual international journal devoted to the publication of articles on all aspects cancer chemoprevention including experimental and clinical pharmacology, especially concerning anti-oxidants, antiaging, anti-inflammation, anti-angiogenesis, and anti-carcinogenesis; cancer detections and also applications of stem cell technology; Immunology research, especially on immunomodulation; In vitro and in silico exploration on chemoprevention mechanisms; Screening of natural (plants, marine natural products, etc.) and synthetic chemopreventive agents; Cultivation of chemopreventive plants and development of herbal dosage forms for chemoprevention; and Development of herbal cosmetics formulation.



Abstract was written in 1 space, one column,  the manuscript 1.5 space with 1 column format, the overall amount of approximately 10 pages, with top and left of the format is 4 cm, right and bottom 3 cm from the edge of quarto paper (A4), must be clear for easy reading.

The manuscript must be written in clear and concise English and should comprise : (a) Title page; (b) abstract; (c) Keywords; (d) Background; (e) Materials and Methods; (f) Results; (g) Discussion; (h) Conclusion (i) Acknowledgement, if any; (j) References. Appropriate Results and Discussion may be combined.

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Title page

Title must be concise and informative.

First Author1, *, Second Author, etc, (given name followed by surname), Times New Roman 12 pt, bold, double space, centered

1Institutional affiliation(s), Times New Roman 12 pt, double space, centered

*Corresponding author: contact of the corresponding author, affiliation, address (optional), phone number (optional), city, country, email address

Abstract and keywords

Write the abstract using single spacing. The abstract provides a clear and concise summary of the information in an article. The abstract should include a background for the work, a brief description of the methods, a summary of the results, and a conclusion. They are indicative only and will not be used for citation purposes. The abstract should be between 200 and 300 words.

Key words: provide a list of a most 5 key words for the abstract, separated by commas (,)


The introduction should state the purpose of the paper. It should not review the subject extensively

Material and Methods

Materials and Methods should be described in detail sufficient to enable the work to be repeated, and suppliers of materials and equipment given, if necessary.


Results should be presented in logical sequence, with tables and illustration as appropriate.


Discussion should emphasize the implication of the findings, their limitations, and relevance to other studies. It should not be a recapitulation of the results.



Fill this with the acknowledgement section of your manuscript if any


The Harvard System is used. References in the tax should be quoted in the following for single, two or more than two authors respectively: King (2000), Hanahan and Weinberg (1999), Choi et al. (2005). Multiple papers referred to together in the text should be given in chronological order.

The references should be listed alphabetically at the end of the paper. The journal titles should be abbreviated to conform to the style of Index Medicus. The layout should be as follows.

for journals

Chen, Y. Shen, S.,and Lin, H., 2003, Rutinoside at C7 attenuates the apoptosis-inducing activity of flavonoids, Biochem. Pharmacol., 66(5), 1139–1150.

for books

Bruton, L. Lazo, J. S. and Parker, K. L., 2005, Goodman & Gilman’s the pharmacological basis of therapeutics. 11th ed. Lange: McGrawHill.

for chapter in books

Smith, J., 1975, A source of information. In: W. Jones, ed. 2000, One hundred and one ways to find information about health. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 44-68.

for proceedings

Adina, A.B. Handoko, F.F. Setyarini, I.I. Septisetyani, E.P. Riyanto, S., and Meiyanto, E., 2008. Ethanolic extract Citrus aurantifolia increase sensitivity MCF7 cell line towards Doxorubicin, Proceding, Kongres Ilmiah ISFI ke-16, Yogyakarta, ISBN:978-979-95107-6-2, pp. 55-629, 11 Agustus.

for official documents

Division of Drugs & Toxicology, 1994, Drug Evaluation Annual, New York: American Medical


Without author

Cancer in South Africa [editorial], 1994, S Afr Med J, 84, 15-20.

Tables and figure

For each table and figures, provide a detail legend explaining the content of the table or figure