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 necessity of bilateral staging bone marrow examinations for paediatric solid tumours  
Anne-Cecilia van Marle, Ilse Coetzee, Wynand Britz, Jade Eichbauer, Marguerité Smith, Marli van Gend, Helen van der Westhuizen, Rièlle Vorster, Leriska Haupt
27 September 2022

Original Research

 
Testicular germ cell cancer in Africa: A survey on patterns of practice  
Henriette Burger, Tara Rick, Pieter Spies, Ayun Cassel, Verna Vanderpuye, Luca Incrocci
15 September 2022

Original Research

 
The University of Cape Town’s paediatric cancer database: Results from the first years (2019–2021)  
Alan Davidson, Jennifer Moodley, Komala Pillay, Marc Hendricks, Annemie Stewart, Jeannette Parkes
24 August 2022

Original Research

 
Factors associated with bone marrow involvement in lymphoma staging bone marrow examination: A South African single-centre retrospective study  
Robert K. Lohlun, Zivanai C. Chapanduka
23 August 2022

Original Research

 
Estimating the burden of cancer in South Africa  
Emma Finestone, Jodi Wishnia
11 August 2022

Case Study

 
Low-dose localised electron radiotherapy in a case of refractory mycosis fungoides  
George O. Joram, Henriette Burger, Willem I. Visser, Zainab Mohamed
28 July 2022

Original Research

 
The paediatric oncologist and the evolving medical management of complex vascular anomalies: An institutional experience  
Matthew Mercouris, Alan Davidson, Gisela Kahl, Helder de Quintal, Marc Hendricks
29 June 2022

Original Research

 
T-cell lymphoblastic leukaemia: The Johannesburg state-sector experience  
Jenifer Vaughan, Tracey Wiggill, Pascale Willem, Katherine Hodkinson
22 June 2022

Original Research

 
The prevalence of sarcopenia amongst non-small cell lung cancer patients, assessed using computed tomography, prior to treatment in a South African setting  
Luke D. Metelo-Liquito, Cleo Solomon, Deepa Bhana-Nathoo
31 May 2022

Review Article

 
Oesophageal cancer in South Africa: A scoping review  
Lucien Ferndale, Colleen Aldous
24 March 2022
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