Journal of Oncology Practice Increases Frequency, Adds Clinical Reviews


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ASCO recently announced that the Journal of Oncology Practice (JOP) will be printed on a monthly basis and offer new resources to supply oncology professionals with cutting-edge information on cancer care delivery. Doubling its content, the expanded journal also features clinical information from a multidisciplinary care team perspective led by JOP’s new Deputy Editor, James O. Armitage, MD, FASCO.

“The Journal of Oncology Practice seeks not only to provide valuable information to oncologists, but also to respond to the changing landscape of cancer care,” said John V. Cox, DO, MBA, FACP, FASCO, and Editor-in-Chief of JOP. “Recognizing the shifting needs of the modern cancer community, JOP is expanding on its previous framework to make research findings more accessible and to provide oncologists with information covering all aspects of cancer care.”

The expanded content and frequency will be delivered by Harborside Press, publisher of The ASCO Post in partnership with ASCO.

Herewith, The ASCO Post is pleased to share the inaugural “Editor’s Desk” letter from Dr. Cox and Dr. Armitage as published in the January edition of JOP. ■



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