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The Journal of Cancer Policy is an international journal which publishes research and reviews on global cancer policy. The journal encompasses all aspects of cancer policy from prevention and public health through all modalities of control and cure, palliative care and survivorship including:
- Cancer systems and services research
- Cancer economics and value-based care
- Inequalities in access and outcomes of cancer care
- Development and regulatory issues related to cancer drugs, radiotherapy and surgical technologies
- Priorities for cancer policy development in low, middle and high income countries
- Innovative strategies for prevention, screening and diagnosis of cancer
- Development of cancer research and education infrastructure
- Social determinants of cancer
- The role of trade, globalisation and the law in cancer control
- The role of the media and patient advocacy in cancer policy
- Policy and social science research germane to cancer
- Patient advocacy and information research
The Journal of Cancer Policy will consider original research, reviews, short communications and reports, and correspondence for publication.