The Journal of Community and Supportive Oncology (JCSO) is a bimonthly, peer-reviewed journal that features Original Research and Review articles, Case Reports, and How We Do It essays in clinical oncology and supportive care. The readership is comprised of practice-based medical oncologists and hematologists, supportive care specialists, mid-level providers, and pharmacists. JCSO keeps readers current in all aspects of cancer treatment, especially targeted therapies, immunotherapies, and novel drugs, as well as the latest findings on symptom management and patient care. This focus on the nexus between the oncology care team and patient well-being and outcomes throughout the disease continuum makes the Journal a unique and vital clinical forum and resource in the supportive and practice settings.

A dynamic Features section rounds off the journal with regular articles under the headings of New Therapies (addressed by cancer type, eg, breast or multiple myeloma), Cancer & Comorbidity, Practice Management, Patient & Survivor Care, and The JCSO Interview. In addition, the monthly Community Translations column and accompanying expert Commentary examine newly approved drugs and therapies and their translation into practice.

The JCSO is available in print and a reader-friendly digital format, and as an app. Its website,, features content organized by issue and further categorized by tumor type. Online readers also have access to podcasts for the bimonthly issue and The JSCO Interview, as well as daily oncology news updates written by a team of accomplished medical journalists, and physician-written perspectives and columns. In addition, the journal mails a bimonthly electronic Table of Contents, as well as weekly e-newsletters of thematically curated published content.

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