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The following journals are prominent in the field of oncology, with a high impact factor (publish articles frequently cited by other researchers).
High Impact Oncology Journals
International Standard
Serial Number (ISSN)
Full Text Coverage
Annals of Oncology
0923-7534
2002-present (embargo: 1 year)
CA - A Cancer Journal for Clinicians
0007-9235
2010-present
Cancer and Metastasis Reviews
0167-7659
2009-present (embargo: 1 year)
Cancer Cell
1535-6108
2002-present (embargo: 1 year)
Cancer Research
0008-5472
1941-present (embargo: 1 year)
Clinical Cancer Research
1078-0432
1995-present (embargo: 1 year)
Journal of Clinical Oncology
0732-183X
1999-present
Journal of the National Cancer Institute: JNCI
1460-2105
1988-present
Leukemia
1476-5551
1997-present (embargo: 1 year)
Nature Reviews. Cancer
1474-1768
2001-present (embargo: 1 year)
Oncogene
1476-5594
1997-present (embargo: 1 year)
Stem Cells
1549-4918
1996-present (embargo: 1 year)

Secondary Literature

Statistics

  • Finding Cancer Statistics from the National Cancer Institute
  • Surveillance Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) from the National Cancer Institute
  • United States Cancer Statistics The USCS are the official federal statistics on cancer incidence from registries having high-quality data and cancer mortality statistics for the United States. USCS are produced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Cancer Institute (NCI), in collaboration with the North American Association of Central Cancer Registries (NAACCR).

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