The Austral-Asian Journal of Cancer is a multidisciplinary, peer reviewed journal that publishes material relating to the various aspects of cancer treatment and research. The journal's primary objective is to ensure the accessibility of information on cancer to scientists and institutions in developed and underdeveloped countries. The Austral-Asian Journal of Cancer is a quarterly open access journal and the first international cancer journal published from Asia and Australia.
The Australian Journal of Cancer Nursing is the official journal of the Cancer Nurses Society of Australia. The journal seeks to provide a forum where views can be exchanged and issues can be debated.
The journal publishes papers reporting on contemporary professional and practical issues of concern and interest to cancer nurses. Publication of the journal occurs twice yearly in May and October.
Cancer is the interdisciplinary international journal of the American Cancer Society. It is a peer reviewed publication that endeavours to provide those working in all oncologic specialities with a forum for exchanging information on the aetiology and course of human cancer. The journal is published twice monthly and content older than 12 months is freely accessible.
Cancer Causes & Control is an international refereed journal that uses a multidisciplinary approach to investigate the cause, control, and prevention of cancer. Specific topics of focus include: variation in cancer distribution; factors associated with cancer risk; preventive and therapeutic interventions; economic, demographic, and health policy implications of cancer; and related methodological issues. The journal publishes original and review articles, hypotheses, comments, opinions, and letters to the Editor.
Cancer Forum is the official journal of Cancer Council Australia and the Clinical Oncological Society of Australia. It is regarded as the nation's leading journal for health professionals involved in cancer work.
Each issue of Cancer Forum contains comprehensive information on cancer including: a forum on key aspects of cancer treatment and control; articles, reports, and news; reviews of cancer publications; and information on national and international cancer meetings.
The journal is published three times a year and online publication is available from the March 2009 issue. Access to the journal is through subscription which is free of charge.
A series of regular eNews updates on the development and implementation of the Australian Government's Indigenous chronic disease package; distributed by the Department of Health and Ageing.
The Journal of Clinical Oncology is the official journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology. First published in 1983, the journal seeks to disseminate credible clinical oncology research.
The journal's scope of coverage is wide ranging, including topics such as breast cancer, gastrointestinal cancer, lung cancer, head and neck cancer, supportive care, and quality of life issues. The type of material published includes original research, reviews, plus other material. The journal is published three times per year and its readership is comprised of medical professionals from all oncology disciplines.
The Journal of the National Cancer Institute is a peer review journal that endeavours to provide the most recent information pertaining to cancer research and treatment. The journal publishes the following types of material: manuscripts describing new findings; news items; reviews; and opinion pieces. The Oxford University Press publishes the Journal of the National Cancer Institute twice a month.
The Chronicle is a monthly publication produced by the Northern Territory Chronic Diseases Network. It is published by the Centre for Disease Control (CDC), which provides a range of services to monitor, control, prevent and in some instances eliminate communicable and non-communicable diseases throughout the Northern Territory. NT-wide programs, policies and strategies are developed via multisectoral consultation and implemented by district CDCs in collaboration with all levels of health care providers. Both professional and community education are critical parts of successful program outcomes.
The Chronicle has regular topics which include screening, mens health and resources. Each edition features a theme. Contributions to the Chronicle are welcome (eg. research, project updates, photographs and new resources).
The Oncologist is regarded as the international peer-review journal for practicing oncologists and haematologists. The journal is devoted to keeping practitioners abreast of the ongoing developments in oncology to ensure patients continue receive the best possible health care.
The journal content covers all aspects of oncology. This includes, but is not limited to: cancer biology; breast cancer; lung cancer; prevention; and symptom management and supportive care.
The Oncologist publishes a variety of manuscripts including: original articles; review articles; editorials and commentaries; letters to the editor; case reports; art, poetry, and personal reflections; and announcements. The journal is published monthly by AlphaMed Press.