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Journal of Cancer Prevention


Title Abbreviation
J Cancer Prev
ISSN
2288-3649
Electronic ISSN
2288-3657
Readership
Biologists, Cell Biologists, Epidemiologists, Molecular Biologists, Oncologists
Scope
Journal of Cancer Prevention is a multi-disciplinary journal that aims to promote an increased awareness of all aspects of cancer research that ultimately leads to cancer prevention. The journal publishes important original research articles, reviews/commentary, editorials, short communications, meeting reports, and letters to the editor that warrant prompt publication in the areas of carcinogenesis, chemoprevention, molecular epidemiology, and cancer biology. The journal content comprises basic, clinical and translational research with special attention given to molecular and cellular mechanisms of cancer chemopreventive agents as well as identification of novel risk factors and biomarkers of cancer. All submitted manuscripts are peer-reviewed and accepted only based on the premise that they have not been and will not be published elsewhere. The Journal of Cancer Prevention reserves the right to edit the language of papers accepted for publication for clarity and correctness and to make formal changes to ensure compliance with this journal.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Korean Society of Cancer Prevention (KSCP)
Publisher Name
Korean Society of Cancer Prevention (KSCP)
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