Oncology NEWS International, a provider of news and coverage of the haematology and oncology market, has announced a redesign of its editorial content. The move is aimed at addressing the ever-changing needs of the cancer care market.
Effective immediately, readers of Oncology NEWS International will notice a more functional and more appealing format that showcases broader coverage and better represents the readers in the oncology and haematology community. The new design caps a series of changes intended to keep readers engaged and better informed about important developments in the cancer care community. The journal has expanded its approach to include a more issue-oriented look at the clinical and economic forces that are driving the advancement of haematology and oncology.
Each month, readers can now look forward to a monthly point-counterpoint feature that examines a topical clinical controversy in cancer care; a monthly profile - Masters of Haematology and Oncology - that explores the lives of those who have contributed significantly to the field; a greater focus on international developments in haematology and oncology; and more analysis and perspective that explains the topical events in haematology and oncology. These changes serve to position Oncology NEWS International as an important resource for bringing oncologists and hematologists global perspectives and analyses of developments in cancer care.