Oncotarget in a weekly peer reviewed journal that publishes research articles every week with a focus on oncology and cancer research. This is the journal’s primary focus. The journal concentrates on information for its readers most of whom are scholars and people in the medical world about the progress in this complex tumor development with integrity. It also publishes papers in the fields of endocrinology, physiology, age related studies, as well as pathology and immunology.In as much as Oncotraget focuses on oncology, its published papers go beyond this subject. It has sections with advisory and editorial boards on the following subjects: aging/gerotarget, immunology, autophagy, cell disease, chromosomes, and all disciplines of oncology. Also, coming soon are publishing in the fields of neuro science and stem cells.
If you are interested in posting a cancer research paper that is not based or related to oncology, then you are advised to select a relevant section that it could fit. If none exists, there is the option of choosing to post in the others section. For any editorial post, choose a section that is titled editorial regardless of the subject.Oncotarget was established in 2010 in the bid to gather all useful information in the medical field especially those related to oncology in one platform. It is published by impact journals.Its chief editors Mikhail Blagoslonny and Andrei V. Gudvok from the Rosewell Park Cancer Institute.Oncotarget is well known for publishing credible articles whose research has been well done.
One such research is the effect of E-cigarettes on from the University of Rochester Medical Center. This study revealed that the use of E-cigs also has an adverse impact on the gums and general oral health as it causes harm just as conventional cigarettes do.This is a study that was carried out by Professor Irfan Rahman whose specialty is environmental medicine at the UR School of Medicine and Dentistry. For the longest time, doctors thought that the smoke found in conventional cigarettes was what caused the problems related to oral health, but recent research including this one on e-cigs proves otherwise. The research has shown that when the vapors from the cigarettes are released, they cause inflammations of proteins, which in turn strains the cells which then causes damage that could trigger oral infections including gum diseases.