Cancer/radiothérapie se veut d'abord et avant tout un organe francophone de publication des travaux de recherche en radiothérapie. La revue a pour objectif de diffuser les informations majeures sur les travaux de recherche en cancérologie et tout ce qui touche de près ou de loin au traitement du cancer par les radiations : technologie, radiophysique, radiobiologie et radiothérapie clinique. La revue publie 6 numéros par an ainsi qu'un numéro spécial à l'occasion du congrès annuel de la SFRO.


Cancer Investigation is one of the most highly regarded and recognized journals in the field of basic and clinical oncology. It is designed to give physicians a comprehensive resource on the current state of progress in the cancer field as well as a broad background of reliable information necessary for effective decision making.


Cancer Biotherapy and Radiopharmaceuticals provides peer-reviewed research on cutting-edge therapeutic investigations and advancements in radioimmunotherapy for treating cancer. It is the only journal with the specific focus of cancer biotherapy and is inclusive of monoclonal antibodies, cytokine therapy, cancer gene therapy, cell-based therapies, and other forms of immunotherapies. The Journal includes extensive reporting on advancements in radioimmunotherapy, and the use of radiopharmaceuticals and radiolabeled peptides for the development of new cancer treatments.


UHOD publishes papers describing original research, case reports as well as review articles. It covers areas of interest relating to radiation oncology, medical ongology, surgical oncology, and hematology. This includes: clinical radiotherapy, combined modality treatment, experimental work in oncology, chemobiology, hyperthermia and tumour biology, as well as physical aspects relevant to oncology, particularly in the field of imaging, dosimetry and radiation therapy planning.


Tumori Journal covers all aspects of cancer science and clinical practice with a strong focus on prevention, translational medicine and clinically relevant reports. We invite the publication of randomized trials and reports on large, consecutive patient series that investigate the real impact of new techniques, drugs and devices inday-to-day clinical practice.


Thoracic Cancer aims to facilitate international collaboration and exchange of comprehensive and cutting-edge information on basic, translational, and applied clinical research in lung cancer, esophageal cancer, mediastinal cancer, breast cancer and other thoracic malignancies. Prevention, treatment and research relevant to Asia-Pacific is a focus area, but submissions from all regions are welcomed.


Each issue of Seminars in Radiation Oncology is compiled by a guest editor to address a specific topic in the specialty, presenting definitive information on areas of rapid change and development. A significant number of articles report new scientific information. Topics covered include tumor biology, diagnosis, medical and surgical management of the patient, and new technologies.


Seminars in Oncology Nursing is a unique international journal published six times a year. Each issue offers a multi-faceted overview of a single cancer topic from a selection of expert review articles and disseminates oncology nursing research relevant to patient care, nursing education, management, and policy development. In addition to papers solicited by guest editors, the journal publishes unsolicited original research and review articles.