Eminent Editorial Board Members

Jun Deng
CHINA
SAJ Cancer Science
Cheryl D. Helgason
CANADA
SAJ Cancer Science
Long Su
CHINA
SAJ Cancer Science
Javed Mahmood
UNITED STATES
SAJ Cancer Science
Wang Biao
UNITED STATES
SAJ Cancer Science
Ahmed Mohammed Morsy
EGYPT
SAJ Cancer Science
Vladimir ZAICHICK
UNITED STATES
SAJ Cancer Science
Manal Mehibel
UNITED STATES
SAJ Cancer Science
Sangeetha Surianarayanan
UNITED STATES
SAJ Cancer Science
Vasudha Aggarwal
UNITED STATES
SAJ Cancer Science
Kshitij Manerikar
India
SAJ Cancer Science
Maral Mazloumi Tabrizi
IRAN (ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF)
SAJ Cancer Science
Daolin Tang
UNITED STATES
SAJ Cancer Science
Seema Bhatlekar
UNITED STATES
SAJ Cancer Science
Salem Youssef Mohamed
EGYPT
SAJ Cancer Science
Ebubekir Dirican
TURKEY
SAJ Cancer Science
Dincoglan Ferrat
TURKEY
SAJ Cancer Science

Scholarena Journal of Cancer Science (SAJCS) is a multidisciplinary peer reviewed, open access journal which covers different aspects in the field of cancer. Its research is focused on academic, medical and industrial applications.

SAJCS publishes latest research, review articles, case reports, clinical images, etc. covering various cancer related fields such as cancer biology, cancer cell, cancer immunology, epidemiology, etiology, pathology, surgery, etc. The goal of the journal is to provide a platform for doctors and academicians around the world to share and discuss new issues and developments in cancer science.

RECENT ARTICLES
Fuel Oil from Thermolysis of Waste Plastic: A pathway from Waste to Energy
Plastic is an example of a widely used product that is sometimes referred to as one of the millennium’s biggest innovations. The day will arrive when the world will be entirely covered in plastics and humanity will live on top of it. Researchers ar...
A Novel Mutation in ABCC6 Gene found in PXE Patient with Phenotypic Variance
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From Wuhan China to a Global Pandemic: A Review of Early COVID-19 Progression Trends and Lessons Learnt
Morbidity and mortality rates resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic were considerably higher during the first wave compared to the subsequent waves. Early days of COVID-19 marked mixed pattern of spread and mortality in different regions and countries...
Health System Response to COVID-19. Lessons Learned and the Experiences of the United States of America – A Review of What worked and What Failed
The US health-care system mirrors the country’s larger setting. It is mostly produced by the private sector, combining high amounts of finance with a limited level of government involvement. The United States invested significantly more money in th...
Evaluation and Prevalence of Hepatitis be among Blood Donors in January - June 2013 Gabon
Infection with the hepatitis B virus (HBV) according to WHO, is a worldwide Public health problem. Very few data available on the prevalence of HBs antigen in blood donors in the national context in Gabon. To better understand the epidemiological a...
Hépatite B surface antigen (HBsAg) seroprevalence in a senegalese " prevent -Mother-to-child in transmission of Hiv "cohort
The objective of our work 1 to find the frequency of hepattis B infection m both HIV-positive and -negative patients from a PMTCT cohort from Dned Blood spot mm Senegal....