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Reports of Practical Oncology and Radiotherapy is a bimonthly interdisciplinary journal that publishes original contributions in clinical and radiation oncology as well as in radiotherapy physics, techniques, and equipment.
The journal welcomes original research papers, review articles, preliminary communications, technical notes, and novel case reports, as well as letters to the editor on recent RPOR articles or controversial issues in the field.
Reports of Practical Oncology and Radiotherapy is the official journal of the following scientific societies and institutions: Czech Society of Radiation Oncology, Biology and Physics; Catalan Occitan Oncology Group; Guild of Bulgarian Radiotherapists; Hungarian Society for Radiation Oncology; Latin American Association for Radiation Oncology; Polish Society of Radiation Oncology; Polish Study Group of Head and Neck Cancer; Portuguese Society of Radiotherapy Oncology; Romanian Society of Radiotherapy and Medical Oncology; Slovenian Society for Radiation Oncology; Spanish Society of Radiation Oncology ; Mexican Society of Radiooncology and the Greater Poland Cancer Centre.
The journal serves researchers and practitioners in the fields of clinical oncology, radiation oncology and medical physics, providing an international platform to exchange practical, multidisciplinary clinical and scientific knowledge and achievements in oncology and related disciplines. The journal recognises the increasing need for effective interdisciplinary collaboration in the fight against cancer.
Articles published in the journal in recent years cover diverse issues in oncology and medical physics, particularly radiotherapy treatment planning, clinical dosimetry, treatments based on non-ionizing radiation, and cancer diagnostics.