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  • Front cover of BJC issue

    Springer Nature announces an opportunity for an exceptional candidate to serve as Editor-in-Chief of the journal, British Journal of Cancer (BJC), starting January 1st 2023. Deadline for applications: 2nd September 2022

  • Liquid Biopsy image

    This special issue on Liquid biopsy has been guest edited by Professor Angela Cox (University of Sheffield, UK,) and Professor Klaus Pantel (University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany) and features a curated collection of research articles and commissioned content from leading researchers.

    Open for submissions
  • Adrian Harris, EiC

    Watch our submissions video, featuring Editor-in-Chief Adrian Harris explaining why you should publish with BJC and providing tips for success.

  • Oncology collection image

    Don't miss the recording for our webinar on Circulating Markers for the detection of cancer. With speakers covering a range of topics, including circulating nucleic acids, tumour cells and tumour‐educated platelets. Our panellists discussed developments in this exciting research field and their global perspectives.

British Journal of Cancer is a Transformative Journal; authors can publish using the traditional publishing route OR via immediate gold Open Access.

Our Open Access option complies with funder and institutional requirements.

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Metastasis

The incurability of metastatic cancer is currently an unmet clinical need which needs to be addressed. This Collection on Metastasis highlights the ongoing challenges in the field and research being undertaken to more thoroughly understand models of metastasis, disrupt the metastatic cascade, and improve treatment outcomes for patients. Featuring Special Issue content that has been curated by Suzanne Fuqua (Baylor College of Medicine, USA), this Collection contains a selection of articles and commissioned content from leading researchers, to present a broad-scope view of current research focal points and explore future directions of cancer metastasis.
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