About the Journal

The Oncology and Radiology Global Journal (ORGJ) intends to be an international, reviewed, scientific journal that seeks to promote the development and exchange of knowledge that is directly relevant to all areas of Oncology & Radiology. The primary aim is to promote a high standard of clinically related scholarship which advances and supports the practice and discipline of Oncology & Radiology globally. The Journal also aims to promote the international exchange of ideas and experience that draws from the different cultures in which practice takes place. Further ORGJ, seeks to enrich an insight into clinical needs and the implications on Oncology & Radiology Research and the emerging newer concepts.

Open Access

This is very much in vogue now. Publishers struggle to make profits from sales so they are charging authors for publication. Publishing costs therefore have to be realistic and in tune with what authors can reasonably be expected to pay.

  • Research that is freely available online
  • Free to read, copy, distribute, and use (with attribution)
  • Author retains copyright not the publisher
  • Complies with self-archiving mandates

The Reader

ORGJ mainly aims the Oncology & Radiology readers and the issues involved in their oncology & radiology practices are mentioned in the journal globally. Contributions from the other health care professionals are welcomed on the issues that have a direct impact on oncology & radiology practice.

For Authors

ORGJ publishes a wide range of journals; visit our author pages to find out more.

  • Discover our different journal types
  • Follow the tab instructions for authors to submit the manuscript


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