The Red Journal also has a number of collections to appeal to the radiation oncology team worldwide. Our Around the Globe series looks at the how the practice of radiation oncology is different around the world based on reimbursement and culture challenges. The Oncology Scan feature looks at the vast landscape of oncology literature and summarizes what's happening in certain areas. For example, one Oncology Scan looks at quality of life for early-stage lung cancer using surgery and stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) while another looks at the role of the human papillomavirus (HPV) in head and neck cancers. Critical reviews are also segmented out for readers interested in this excellent over views of recent topics. Last but certainly not least is the excellent contributions of artists in radiation oncology whose artwork have graced the cover of the journal.
View a collection of the last five years of artwork.
Led by Editor-in-Chief Anthony L. Zietman, MD, FASTRO, of Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard University in Boston, the Red Journal is the leading journal dedicated to radiation oncology and the official scientific publication of ASTRO.
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