Navigation Links
Annals of Surgical Oncology adds new society affiliation
Date:2/10/2010

The Annals of Surgical Oncology (ASO), the official journal of the Society of Surgical Oncology, has announced an additional society affiliation with the American Society of Breast Surgeons beginning in 2010. Published by Springer, the ASO is a leading monthly publication that features original articles on the latest advances in oncology for surgeons from all specialties.

Dr. William Curtis, Executive Vice President for Clinical Medicine Publishing at Springer, said, "Springer is pleased to support the mission of the Society of Surgical Oncology through this exciting new partnership with the American Society of Breast Surgeons. Not only will the Annals of Surgical Oncology reach an important community of physicians, the journal will provide a high-value forum for the publication of the organization's research."

Dr. Arthur G. Lerner, Executive Vice President of the American Society of Breast Surgeons, said, "The American Society of Breast Surgeons welcomes the affiliation with the Annals of Surgical Oncology, ensuring the publication and dissemination of our organization's content in the highest ranked journal in the field of surgical oncology."

The Annals of Surgical Oncology is published at Springer electronically and in print. The journal includes Online First, Cross Reference Linking, and Alert services. All authors, via the Springer Open Choice program, have the option of publishing their articles using the open access publishing model. Dr. Charles M. Balch of Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions is the editor-in-chief.

Dr. Fabrizio Michelassi, President of the Society of Surgical Oncology, emphasized the positive impact this arrangement has for the specialty of surgical oncology as a whole. "The Society of Surgical Oncology and the ASO have strategized to be the scientific and educational resource for all surgeons who treat cancer patients, regardless of geographic location or scope of practice. Having two im
'/>"/>

Contact: Joan Robinson
joan.robinson@springer.com
49-622-148-78130
Springer
Source:Eurekalert

Page: 1 2

Related medicine news :

1. Embargoed news from Annals of Internal Medicine
2. September/October 2009 Annals of Family Medicine tip sheet
3. MinuteClinic Says Rand Corporation Study in Annals of Internal Medicine Study on Quality, Affordable Care at Retail Clinics Affirms Internal Information
4. July/August 2009 Annals of Family Medicine tip sheet
5. January/February 2009 Annals of Family Medicine tip sheet
6. Annals colonoscopy study underscores importance of quality standards
7. July/August 2008 Annals of Family Medicine tip sheet
8. Annals of Internal Medicine tip sheet for May 20, 2008, issue
9. May/June 2008 Annals of Family Medicine tip sheet
10. Tip sheet for the Annals of Internal Medicine, April 15, 2008, issue
11. Annals of Internal Medicine tip sheet for April 1, 2008, issue
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:10/1/2014)... new research study published today in the Journal ... patients older than 50 years with moderate or severe ... , Researchers from the University of Melbourne randomly assigned ... pain to no acupuncture or sham or pretend laser ... with participants and acupuncturists blinded to laser and sham ...
(Date:10/1/2014)... BOSTON (October 1, 2014) Despite a policy ... with developmental disabilities, this vulnerable population continues to ... of The Journal of the American Dental ... Medicine and Tufts University School of Dental Medicine ... factors influencing at-home oral care provided by caregivers ...
(Date:10/1/2014)... October 01, 2014 Insuranceragents.info has ... a good life insurance plan for vulnerable family members. ... vulnerable family members. Providers in the family should always ... cause financial hardships for the rest of the family. ... policies. Families can benefit more from temporary coverage or ...
(Date:10/1/2014)... (PRWEB) October 01, 2014 Phoseon Technology, ... , continues to expand the business worldwide. This rapid ... with additional capacity for manufacturing efforts. The company has ... last five years and expects this growth to continue ... curing technology gains worldwide adoption. , “We are ...
(Date:10/1/2014)... DURHAM, N.C. A new genetic finding from Duke ... hostility, anxiety and depression might also be hard-wired to ... diabetes and heart disease. , An estimated 13 percent ... the genetic susceptibility, and knowing this could help them ... healthy diet, exercise and stress management. , "Genetic susceptibility, ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:Study finds acupuncture does not improve chronic knee pain 2Health News:To improve oral health of adults with developmental disabilities, support caregivers 2Health News:To improve oral health of adults with developmental disabilities, support caregivers 3Health News:Life Insurance for Families - Clients Can Compare Affordable Rates Online! 2Health News:Phoseon Technology Continues to Drive Growth Worldwide 2Health News:Gene interacts with stress and leads to heart disease in some people 2
... Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter , MONDAY, Aug. 22 ... Services recommendations, a panel of pediatric and cardiac experts has ... improve detection of congenital heart disease. By measuring ... be better able to identify the potentially lethal but often ...
... Under an $11-million grant from the National Institutes of ... network of northern New England institutions in recruiting, training, ... research into the ways that genes and the environment ... computational geneticist Jason Moore, PhD as principal investigator, DMS ...
... Health communicators have long searched for the most ... of Missouri researchers have found that using a combination ... is not effective and could potentially cause an unexpected ... Journal of Media Psychology, Glenn Leshner, Paul Bolls ...
... (HealthDay News) -- A drive to further your education, a ... are the three key ingredients to helping today,s young adults ... That,s the take-home message of a new study to be ... Association in Las Vegas. "Although structural factors like industry, ...
... research was carried out on the virus and the US ... in 1997. Researchers in Saudi Arabia, writing in the ... that this may have been the wrong decision. They claim ... not screened for the virus as well as infection through ...
... 2011 - Depression is increasingly recognized as an illness ... relapse and recovery. This sobering knowledge has prompted researchers ... who have recovered from depression. A new paper ... when formerly depressed people experience mild states of sadness, ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Steps Outlined to Screen All Newborns for Heart Defects 2Health News:Steps Outlined to Screen All Newborns for Heart Defects 3Health News:Dartmouth Med School lands $11M grant for regional biomedical research center 2Health News:Dartmouth Med School lands $11M grant for regional biomedical research center 3Health News:Extreme negative anti-smoking ads can backfire, MU experts find 2Health News:Extreme negative anti-smoking ads can backfire, MU experts find 3Health News:Study Shows Key Ways Young Adults Can Find, Keep a Job 2Health News:The ignored virus that causes liver cancer 2Health News:For depression, relapsers go to the front of the brain 2
(Date:9/30/2014)... , Sept. 30, 2014 MiMedx Group, ... medicine company utilizing human amniotic tissue and patent-protected processes ... the Wound Care, Surgical, Orthopedic, Spinal, Sports Medicine, Ophthalmic ... Tom Koob , Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer, will present ... Koob will present on Tuesday, October 7, 2014, at ...
(Date:9/30/2014)... STUDY OBJECTIVES The objective of ... an overview of the current and future characteristics ... key objective is to present a comprehensive analysis ... important tool in the treatment of various diseases. ... within the protein therapeutics market, which includes peptide ...
(Date:9/30/2014)... 2014  Decision Resources Group finds that the markets ... , Russia , ... (BRIC) will see robust expansion as these economies expand ... procedures. Although revenues will be somewhat impeded by poor ... approval times and demand for low-cost products, the market ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:MiMedx to Present at the Stem Cell Meeting on the Mesa 2Global Markets and Manufacturing Technologies for Protein Drugs -- Focus on Cytokines and Monoclonal Antibodies 2Global Markets and Manufacturing Technologies for Protein Drugs -- Focus on Cytokines and Monoclonal Antibodies 3Global Markets and Manufacturing Technologies for Protein Drugs -- Focus on Cytokines and Monoclonal Antibodies 4Brazilian, Russian, Indian and Chinese Markets for Peripheral Vascular Devices Will See Strong Expansion Through 2023 2Brazilian, Russian, Indian and Chinese Markets for Peripheral Vascular Devices Will See Strong Expansion Through 2023 3
... A home medical equipment provider testifies today about ... for durable medical equipment and services. ... specialist at Allcare Medical, in Sayreville, NJ, will tell ... the bidding program, as designed by the Centers for ...
... Sept. 15 Amedica Corporation, a spinal and orthopaedic ... (SiN) ceramic technologies, announced today that it has been ... replacement (TDR) technology that features the use of silicon ... Patent No. 7,758,646 B2 and U.S. Patent No. 7,771,481 ...
Cached Medicine Technology:Homecare Provider Testifies on Downside of Medicare 'Competitive' Bidding Program Before House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee 2Homecare Provider Testifies on Downside of Medicare 'Competitive' Bidding Program Before House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee 3Homecare Provider Testifies on Downside of Medicare 'Competitive' Bidding Program Before House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee 4Homecare Provider Testifies on Downside of Medicare 'Competitive' Bidding Program Before House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee 5Homecare Provider Testifies on Downside of Medicare 'Competitive' Bidding Program Before House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee 6Homecare Provider Testifies on Downside of Medicare 'Competitive' Bidding Program Before House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee 7Amedica® Receives Patents for Innovative Motion-Preserving Total Disc Implant Featuring Silicon Nitride 2
... External Fixator provides a stable ... diameter K wires (0.8 ... hold is utilized to construct ... and positions intervening joints in ...
The Medium External Fixator has a double-rod frame, medium Combination Clamp medium Multi-Pin Clamp, and Carbon Fiber Rods. Rod Attachment for Medium Multi-Pin Clamp allows second rod to be added....
... No need to add individual components for ... of trauma indications. Made of an innovative ... conventional fixators, only much lighter. This means ... and more comfortable for the patient. ,Comes ...
... injectable low osmolar, nonionic, contrast media ... biologically inert when injected intra-arterially. Each ... of ioversol, 3.6 mg of tromethamine ... of edetate calcium disodium as a ...
Medicine Products: