Radiology symbolizes a branch of medicine that deals with radiant energy in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. It has two broad areas- diagnostic radiology and interventional radiology whereas; oncology is a branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
Journal of Radiology and Oncology makes an effort to create a combined podium for authors to publish their manuscripts focusing on the diagnostic and therapeutic aspects in oncology as well as diagnostic and interventional aspects of radiology.
Reasons for Publishing
Heighten Science Publications initiated The Journal of Radiology and Oncology to address the levels of patients, cancer literacy as well as to help doctors and scientists to remain in the forefront of an ever-expanding field of cancer research and radiology.
Aim of the Journal
The Journal of Radiology and Oncology aims to publish manuscripts that provide valuable information on ways to improve the delivery of precision medicine and personalized care patient care. Our main focus is on translating basic scientific findings into clinical applications for prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer. The Journal of Radiology and Oncology also aims to publish manuscripts that can play a role in developing supportive infrastructures and applications to increase efficiency within and outside radiology and oncology.
Scope of the Journal
The Journal of Radiology and Oncology seeks to publish innovative ideas and findings in the following, but not limited to, disciplines of radiology and oncology: