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Seminars in Oncology


Title Abbreviation
Semin Oncol
ISSN
0093-7754
Electronic ISSN
1532-8708
Therapeutic Area
Readership
Internists, Oncologists, Residents, Surgeons
Scope
Seminars in Oncology brings you current, authoritative, and practical reviews of developments in the etiology, diagnosis and management of cancer. Each issue examines topics of clinical importance, with an emphasis on providing both the basic knowledge needed to better understand a topic as well as evidence-based opinions from leaders in the field. Seminars in Oncology also seeks to be a venue for sharing a diversity of opinions including those that might be considered "outside the box". We welcome a healthy and respectful exchange of opinions and urge you to approach us with your insights as well as suggestions of topics that you deem worthy of coverage. By helping the reader understand the basic biology and the therapy of cancer as they learn the nuances from experts, all in a journal that encourages the exchange of ideas we aim to help move the treatment of cancer forward.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Elsevier Science Saunders - Philadelphia, PA
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