Endocrine Oncology publishes basic, translational and clinical research and reviews on the interplay between hormones and cancer, and related topics. In response to the broad scope of the journal, the editorial team have decided to create a series of special collections, bringing together the latest published content on a specific type of article or topic from the journal.
Endocrine Oncology is a fully open-access journal, and therefore all the articles included in the special collections are free to read by all.
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Collection Editors: Hans J Hofland (Erasmus Medical Center, the Netherlands)
This collection explores the carcinoid syndrome, the most frequent hormonal syndrome encountered in patients with advanced neuroendocrine neoplasms.
Collection Editors: Renea Taylor (Monash University, Australia), Du Soon Swee (SingHealth, Singapore)
This review collection focuses on therapies such as chemotherapy, hormone therapy and immunotherapy, which influence ovarian and testis function and fertility in both men and women.
Collection Editors: Kate Lines (University of Oxford, UK), Ruth Casey (Cambridge University Hospital, UK)
In collaboration with the Society for Endocrinology, Endocrine Oncology will shortly release a collection of research and reviews will showcase the ground breaking work being undertaken by the early careers members across the wide range of endocrine cancer.
Collection Editors: Hans (J) Hofland (Erasmus Medical Center, the Netherlands)
This collection aims to explore a wide range of current aspects of Theranostics, from the recent research on the somatostatin receptor agonists to a lessons learned from the NETTER-1 and VISION Randomised control trials.