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Clinical Oncology

Cover Image - Clinical Oncology, Volume 34, Issue 2
Clinical Oncology is essential reading for all those with an active interest in the treatment of cancer. Its multidisciplinary approach allows readers to keep up-to-date with developments in their own as well as related fields.

Each issue is carefully selected to provide a combination of high quality original research, informative editorials and state-of-the-art reviews. The Journal covers all aspects of the clinical management of cancer patients and its authors are drawn from leading international centres.

The Journal features papers on all types of malignant disease including pathology, diagnosis and therapy, including radiotherapy, and systemic treatment.

Companion Journal

Clinical Radiology is published by Elsevier on behalf of The Royal College of Radiologists. Clinical Radiology is an International Journal bringing you original research, editorials and review articles on all aspects of diagnostic imaging, including:

Computed tomography
• Magnetic resonance imaging
• Ultrasonography
• Digital radiology• Interventional radiology
• Radiography
• Nuclear medicine

About RCR

The Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) leads, educates and supports doctors who are training and working in the medical specialties of clinical oncology and clinical radiology.

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Featured Content

The Frank Ellis Medal Award
For Volume 31, 2019

The Adjudicators, from the Clinical Oncology Editorial Board recommended the following paper for the Frank Ellis Medal Award for 2019.

Early Career Investigator Award
For Volume 31, 2019

The Adjudicators, from the Clinical Oncology Editorial Board recommended the following papers for the Early Career Investigator Award for 2019.

 

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Clinical Applications of Novel Radiobiology

A discussion with Prof Ricky Sharma and Dr Melvin Chua

In this episode, we discuss the latest Special Issue on novel radiobiology with Prof Ricky Sharma, VP Medical Affairs at Varian and Honorary Professor in radiation oncology at University College London, and Dr Melvin Chua, Clinician-Scientist at the National Cancer Centre Singapore.

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