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Current Problems in Cancer


Title Abbreviation
Curr Probl Cancer
ISSN
0147-0272
Electronic ISSN
1535-6345
Readership
Gastroenterologists, Health Scientists, Hematologists, Hospice Nurses, Immunologists, Molecular Biologists, Nurse Oncologists, Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Practitioners/Physician Assistants, Oncologists, Pathologists, Radiation Oncologists, Surgical Oncologists
Scope
Current Problems in Cancer aims to fortify the field of oncology by publishing strong articles focused upon disease management, prevention, strategies for early diagnosis, specific classes of therapeutic agents, results of a clinical trial, an emerging interventional technique, supportive care, and rehabilitation/reconstruction. The journal's unique issue structure allows for a multi-faceted overview of a single topic via a curated selection of review articles, while also offering articles that present dynamic and front-line material immediately influencing the field.The journal focuses on clinical practice and translational research and does not publish basic science studies.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Elsevier, Inc.
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