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JNCI, Oxford Journals

By Oxford University Press

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A podcast from one of the world's top cancer journals that includes highlights from the current issue and an in-depth interview with a research expert on an important topic of the day

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Brief yet informative synthesis of key cancer research findings

Overall, this is an easy and enjoyable way to keep up with the latest in cancer research. JNCI publishes important findings addressing the full spectrum of cancer research, including laboratory science, screening, treatment/clinical trials, survivorship, care delivery, and policy. The podcast provides a quick synopsis of the published papers for that issue, so the listener can keep abreast of news and seek out additional information as desired. The podcast also includes a more in-depth interview regarding one of the papers, explaining important results in more detail and giving a broader perspective than is typically available in the published journal. The length of podcast makes it easy to listen during a free 15 minutes during the week. The level of complexity is suitable for medical and research professionals. The interested lay public will find the level slightly higher than the popular NPR podcast Science Friday. DISCLOSURE: The author of this review serves on the editorial board of JNCI and assists in the peer review process. However, she does not play any role in the production of the podcast, and would not hesitate to criticize it!

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  • Category: Medicine
  • Language: English

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