Oncotarget: Breaking Down Barriers in Medicine

Finding peer reviewed article can be difficult on the best of days. Unless the researcher know exactly what you are looking for, it can take hours before they find an article that loosely fits their topic. Most people spend more time looking for articles, than they do actually reading and analyzing the articles for their research. Journal databases are great to use, but they often aren’t free. Oncotarget is a free multidisciplinary journal. Oncotarget publishes peer reviewed articles that focus on all aspects of cancer and aging. Researchers can find information on atherosclerosis, neurodegenerative diseases and several other aspects of medicine. The publication is currently accepting papers in almost all areas of medicine including: neuroscience, endocrinology, cardiology, metabolism, and cell biology. Oncotarget truly aims to link different areas of medicine, and breakdown those borders between specialities.

Know more: https://www.researchgate.net/journal/1949-2553_Oncotarget

Since first beginning, Oncotarget has shown steady growth over the years. This rise in popularity is thought to be the result of insightful and constructive peer reviewed research. The journal helps scientist share their scientific research on a larger scale and increase the impact of their research overall. Follow Oncotarget journal on Twitter.

Oncotarget publishes papers in weekly issues. The papers can be read online or printed on special demand. The goal of this publication is to make scientific research more widely available and to allow scientific discoveries to be shared with greater ease. When doctors and scientists are given the resources to easily receive and spread research, the scientific community is able to progress. The ultimate mission of Oncotarget is to create a disease free world, and with this publication they are well on their way.