Oncology & Cancer Science Journals

Oncology is a branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis, therapy, cure and rehabilitation of various forms of cancers, including palliative care and rehabilitation of patients affected with cancer. Oncologists are the trained medical professionals that practice Oncology and play an instrumental role in providing medical and psychological support for the affected by adhering to all the ethical practices in the cure and prevention of cancer. There are three types of ‘Oncologist’ based on the type of medical solution they offer namely, Medical, Surgical and Radiation Oncologists.

Cancer treatment often involves a combination of therapies namely chemotherapy (preventing the spread of cancer cells using drugs), Surgery (Removing the affected part to prevent any further spread of cancer) and Radiation (Removal of tumor if any with radiation) depending on the type of cancer, its stage, age of the patient and a variety of other physiological and psychological conditions of the patient. Uterus or pelvic cancer must be dealt with the knowledge of gynecology and oncology, while a pediatric oncologist combines the knowledge of pediatric and oncology to treat children.

Oncologist plays a pivotal role throughout the diagnosis, therapy and after, even designing the post operative care, management and rehabilitation.

Recent Articles

Chaos Based Quantitative Risk Assessment of Cardiac Dysfunction

Author(s):

Rajib Sarkar, Anirban Bhaduri, Susmita Bhaduri and Dipak Ghosh

Candidate Molecule Selection Based on In Silico Predicted ADMET Properties of 12 Indenoindole Derivatives

Author(s):

Nathalie Guragossian, Gustavo Jabor Gozzi, Bruno Fouillet, Marie-Paule Gustin, Raphaël Terreux, Zouhair Bouaziz, Christelle Marminon, Joachim Jose, Attilio Di Pietro, Markku Pasanen and Marc Le Borgne