About the Journal
Aims and Scope
The British Journal of Cancer is one of the most-cited general cancer journals, publishing significant advances in translational and clinical cancer research. It also publishes high-quality reviews and thought-provoking comment on all aspects of cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
BJC welcomes research across all cancer types and has a particular focus on: metastasis, microenvironment, immunology and immunotherapy, targeted and next-generation therapeutics, chemotherapy and radiotherapy, mechanisms of resistance, clinical trials, genomics, epigenomics and precision medicine, epidemiology, metabolism and state-of-the art diagnostic approaches.
The British Journal of Cancer is owned by Cancer Research UK, the world’s leading cancer charity dedicated to saving lives through research.
The journal is separated into six general categories:
- Clinical Studies
- Translational Therapeutics
- Molecular Diagnostics
- Cellular and Molecular Biology
- Genetics and Genomics
2 Year Impact Factor: 5.922 *
5 Year Impact Factor 5.950 *
*(2017 Journal Citation Reports® Science Edition (Clarivate Analytics, 2018))
Immediacy Index: 0.985
Eigenfator Score: 0.0651
Article Influence Score: 1.721
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Adrian L Harris
University of Oxford, UK
Cancer Research UK
BJC Main Editorial Office
Cancer Research UK
407 St John Street
London EC1V 4AD, UK
Tel: +44 (0)20 3469 6076
ISSN and eISSN
The international standard serial number (ISSN) for BJC is 0007-0920, and the electronic international standard serial number (eISSN) is 1532-1827.
24 issues a year
BJC is abstracted/indexed in the following:
EBSCO Discovery Service
Science Citation Index
Science Citation Index Expanded (SciSearch)
Current Contents / Clinical Medicine
Current Contents / Life Sciences
Summon by ProQuest
EBSCO Academic Search
EBSCO Advanced Placement Source
EBSCO Biomedical Reference Collection
EBSCO STM Source
EBSCO TOC Premier
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