Aims and scope

Clinics in Oncology Journal (ISSN 2474-1663) is a peer reviewed open access mega journal aims to publish basic, translational and clinical original research articles from all areas of oncology, surgery, clinical oncology, surgical oncology, radiation oncology, medical oncology, oncology case reports and images. Clinics in Oncology Journals cover all the rare cancers from all clinical and medical sub specialties.

Manuscripts submitted to Clinics in oncology journals undergo rigorous peer-review process where each manuscript undergoes evaluation by the in-house editorial board member first and then, if appropriate, is reviewed by a minimum of three independent reviewers within 2–3 weeks of submission unlike any other Oncology Journals. The interval between acceptance and publication online is 8 days.

Clinics in oncology aims to provide a platform for publishing unusual, unique, and rare clinical cases and images to enhance the clinical understanding of disease and to convey important clinical information.

Clinics in oncology considers original case reports, case studies, case series, clinical images, clinical videos, and letters from all the areas of clinical medicine to create a valuable collection of cases in all clinical disciplines. Clinics in Oncology journals content will be published on a continuous publication model.


Bladder Cancer Breast Cancer Central Nervous System tumours Chemotherapy and radiotherapy
Colon Cancer Endometrial Cancer Endoscopy methods Gynecological Cancers
Haemato-oncology Kidney Cancer Leukemia Lung Cancers
Melanoma/Skin Cancer Lymphoma Nuclear medicine Paediatric Cancers
Palliative Care Pancreatic Cancer Prostate Cancer Radiation Oncology
Radiological techniques and scans Sarcoma Surgical Oncology Teenage and Young Adult Cancers
Thoracic Oncology Gastrointestinal Cancer Urological Cancers General Oncology
Head and Neck Oncology Cervicalcancer Ovariancancer Stomachcancer