The founding year of publication – 2013
Periodicity – 1 time per quarter
ISSN of print version: 2309-7485
ISSN of online version: 2414-2360
Eurasian journal of oncology
"Eurasian journal of oncology" is an official publication of the CIS and Eurasian association of directors of oncological and radiological centers and institues. It assists in creating a unified information space and serves as a site for the sharing of experience between oncologists from different countries, which helps to move the science as a whole forward.
The journal covers topical theoretical, methodological and practical aspects of oncology, publishes analitical data, original research papers, reviews of the oncological disorders diagnostics and methods of their treatment
The ideological orientation of the journal is jointly overseen by Belarusian and Ukrainian editorial boards.
The journal is a source of fundamental and clinical knowledge. The vast majority of Belarusian, Ukrainian and oncologists from other countries choose "Eurasian journal of oncology" to publish their theses results.
Our mission is to facilitate the communication of scientists from different countries and schools of thought, to enable the emergence of the new promising research related to oncology
The journal is included in the list of scientific resources recommended by the Highest Attestation Commission of Belarus for publishing their theses results.
According to the decree of Ministry of Education, Science, Youth and Sport #1112 of 17.10.2012 the scientific papers published in this journal have the same status as the ones published overseas for the purposes of degree-seeking scientists of Ukraine.
In Russia: CIS and Eurasian association of directors of oncological and radiological centers and institues; "Professionalnie izdaniya", unitary enterprise; "Vilin", LLC
In Belarus: "Professionalnie izdaniya", unitary enterprise
In Unkraine: National cancer institute of Ministry of Health of Ukraine; "Professionalnie izdaniya", unitary enterprise
Davidov Mikhail Ivanovich (CV) — associate of the National Academy of Sciences of Russia (Russia)
Project coordinator — Demidov Leo Vladimovich (CV)
Volume – 140-160 pages, format – 185х290.
Circulation: Belarus – 500 copies, in Ukraine – 1500 copies, in Russia – 2000 copies.
Author's materials are accepted by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deputy Editor-in-Chief – Glushuk Valentina Anatolevna