ABOUT THE JOURNAL
The South African Journal of Oncology is a peer-reviewed on-line journal which publishes high quality articles on all aspects of oncology. The Editorial Board strongly supports a multidisciplinary approach to cancer care research as well as translational research in oncology. View our Editorial Team.


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LATEST ARTICLES

Original Research

 
The relationship between bone marrow involvement on 18F-FDG PET/CT and bone marrow biopsy in patients with multiple myeloma and other plasma cell neoplasms  
Kiflom S. Gebreslassie, Fatima C. Bassa, Zivanai C. Chapanduka, James M. Warwick
10 January 2022

Reviewer Acknowledgement

 
Acknowledgement to reviewers  
Editorial Office
21 December 2021

Correction

 
Corrigendum: Estimation of the effects of radiotherapy treatment delays on tumour responses: A review  
Alistair J. Hunter, Andre S. Hendrikse
09 December 2021

Original Research

 
Establishing the utility of Recursive Partitioning Analysis for patients with intra-cranial metastases managed in a KwaZulu-Natal state sector Oncology unit  
Presha Bipath, Laura W. Stopforth, Santuri Naicker, Poovandren Govender, Wilbert Sibanda, Louise Walker
23 November 2021

Correction

 
Erratum: Understanding bias in the medical literature: With reflections on metastasectomy  
Fergus Macbeth, Angela Webster
17 November 2021

Original Research

 
Determinants of survival in children with cancer in Johannesburg, South Africa  
Nadia Beringer, Kate G. Bennett, Janet E. Poole, Jennifer A. Geel
29 October 2021

Original Research

 
Patients’ characteristics, Cytochrome P4501A1 genetic polymorphisms and breast cancer risk in Sudanese women  
Fatima Hamad, Sulma I. Mohammed, Abdelrahim O. Mohamed, Dafalla O. Abuidris Elmustafa
27 October 2021

Review Article

 
Delays in the referral and primary management of cutaneous malignant melanoma at Tygerberg Hospital  
Seshini Naidoo, Henriette Burger, Tonya M. Esterhuizen
26 October 2021

Original Research

 
A retrospective review of conventional versus hypo-fractionated pelvic radiotherapy for locally advanced cervical cancer, in limited-resource countries: The Uganda experience  
Awusi Kavuma, Israel Luutu, Solomon Kibudde, Cissy Bangidde
22 September 2021

Original Research

 
The translocation t(1;19)(q23;p13) (TCF3/PBX1 fusion) is the most common recurrent genetic abnormality detected amongst patients with B-cell lymphoblastic leukaemia in Johannesburg, South Africa  
Jenifer Vaughan, Nikki Bouwer, Pascale Willem, Tracey Wiggill, Katherine Hodkinson
06 July 2021
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