Aims and Scope

Journal of cellular Cancer “JCC” is a semiannual peer-reviewed journal of high priority cancer research, with optional access. JCC is a not-for-profit charitable Journal listed and follows the ICMJE’s Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals. JCC is considered an original articles covers the latest developments in the multidisciplinary areas of the cancer with its high quality content. JCC reflects the field and is an agent for advancing it through critical reviews and news features, consensus documents and guidelines of cancer.

All articles submitted to Journal of cellular Cancer must be original; the work, or large parts of it, must not have been published previously or be currently under consideration or review elsewhere. If there is any significant overlap with another paper, this must be cited in the article and mentioned on submission. All articles are checked for plagiarism on submission; if plagiarism (including self-plagiarism) is identified, the article will be rejected.

Submitted articles with content that infringes copyright may be rejected if the problematic sections cannot be removed. Authors who wish to reproduce a figure or table from a previous copyrighted publication are responsible for obtaining the permission of copyright holders and for clearly referencing the original source.


Updating May 5, 2015