Journal of Neoplasms

ISSN: 2639-1716


Aims and Scope

The Journal of Neoplasms publishes the results of original research in all areas of oncology research. The name conveys the periodical’s coverage, which incorporates the customary disciplines of sarcoma research as well as developing fields and interdisciplinary studies. We aim to help those who assist in the advancement of investigation in order to ultimately deliver these solutions to those combating neoplastic maladies with new diagnostic, precautionary, and healing options.


Journal editors are keen to make sure a thorough, just, and prompt review and publication timetable to promote its mission of serving both the scientific and clinical groups of people by spreading vital data and thoughts on cancer research.


The chief intent of the journal will be to publish appropriate material that will unswervingly improve the health maintenance of patients with rare cancers.


  • Basic science studies
  • Rare malignancies
  • Molecular findings
  • Genetic outcomes
  • Neoplastic phenotypes
  • In laboratory research
  • Clinical studies
  • Risk assessment
  • Prognostic indications
  • Detection
  • Diagnosis
  • Treatment
  • Hematological malignancies
  • Uncommon neoplasms
  • Cancer
  • Benign tumors
  • Nonbenign tumors

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