Biolink Proudly Announces The Launch of Community Oncology and the Oncology Report

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Biolink Communications, Inc., a medical publishing and education company with special expertise in oncology communications, is proud to announce the launch of two new journals in 2004: Community Oncology and The Oncology Report.

Biolink Communications, Inc., a medical publishing and education company with special expertise in oncology communications, is proud to announce the launch of two new journals in 2004: Community Oncology and The Oncology Report.

Community Oncology is a new peer-reviewed journal that will focus on community-based original research, translational research, quality of care and reimbursement/practice management issues. Circulated to over 30,000 cancer specialists nationwide, the journal will provide a novel editorial approach that connects research discoveries directly to healthcare delivery. Community Oncology will launch in June in New Orleans at the 40th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO).

“We feel this journal is going to strike a chord with many Community Oncologists,” said Anthony Cutrone, President of Biolink. “The field of oncology is faced with many pressing issues in the advent of the current Medicare Reform bill, which should not overshadow advances in treatment and care. What’s intriguing about this journal is that it will be edited by and written for the community oncologist. Some 80% of US cancer patients are treated in the community setting.”

The Oncology Report, coming in August, will be a comprehensive report of the latest advances in cancer management presented at ASCO and the other major 2004 oncology meetings. The journal will be presented in user-friendly, tumor-specific sections, and will have an original circulation to 12,000 Oncologists, Hematologists, and HEM/ONCs. “The amount of research presented at these meetings is growing each year,” said Cutrone. “In one book, The Oncology Report will fill a real organizational and referential need for our readers.”

Biolink continues to produce The Journal of Supportive Oncology, a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research and bench to bedside reviews related to the palliative and supportive care of patients with cancer.

About Biolink Communications

Biolink Communications, Inc. is an oncology publishing franchise based in Huntington, NY. It is the publisher of The Journal of Supportive Oncology, Community Oncology, and The Oncology Report. For more information, visit http://www.biolc.com or contact the Publisher, Anthony Cutrone, at (631) 424-8900 ext. 310 and anthony.cutrone@biolc.com.

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