The Journal of Skin Cancer Epidemiology (JSCE) is an Open Access, peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to promoting and disseminating research on skin cancer epidemiology and associated public health issues. The journal provides a platform to make advances in skin cancer epidemiology by examining the links between causes of cancer, risk factors and preventive measures, as well as findings related to the epidemiology of skin cancer. JSCE publishes original research and review articles, JSCE also publishes editorials, commentaries, perspectives and letters.
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Journal of Skin Cancer Epidemiology is a comprehensive, peer-reviewed journal that helps disseminate original research work, having a unique aspect of covering many areas which contributes to providing an awareness of research studies of scientists around the globe.
The Journal of Skin Cancer Epidemiology is a dedicated platform committed to advancing scientific knowledge and fostering innovation in the field of skin cancer epidemiology. Journal reflects a comprehensive commitment to unraveling the complexities surrounding skin cancer, with a primary focus on advancing preventive strategies, improving early detection, and contributing to personalized treatment approaches.
The Journal of Skin Cancer Epidemiology maintains a robust and rigorous peer-review process to uphold the highest standards of quality, accuracy, and relevance in skin cancer research. Our commitment to excellence is reflected in a transparent and constructive review process designed to enrich the scholarly discourse.
Submit your original research, reviews, and perspectives to the "Journal of Skin Cancer Epidemiology," and contribute your article in the areas of Epidemiological Trends in Skin Cancer, Risk Factors and Causative Agents, Screening and Early Detection Strategies, Geographical Disparities, Occupational and Environmental Exposures, Melanoma Epidemiology, Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer Studies, UV Radiation and Skin Cancer Prevention, Skin Cancer in Special Populations, Biomarkers and Personalized Medicine.
The Journal of Skin Cancer Epidemiology is privileged to be led by a distinguished and diverse Editorial Board, consisting of eminent experts and thought leaders in the field of skin cancer epidemiology.
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