Pediatric Blood & Cancer: The Official Journal of ASPHO
Peter E. Newburger, MD, of the University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA, serves as editor. Thomas Gross, MD, of the NIH in Rockville, MD, is deputy editor. Editorial board members represent the international constituencies of both ASPHO and SIOP.
PBC publishes manuscripts describing basic and clinical investigations of blood disorders and malignant diseases of childhood, including diagnosis, treatment, epidemiology, etiology, biology, and molecular and clinical genetics of these diseases as they affect children, adolescents, and young adults.
In January 2014, Pediatric Blood & Cancer became online-only. The online-only publication reflects a larger trend, with scholarly journals everywhere moving rapidly toward electronic-only distribution.
A joint ASPHO and SIOP Publications Committee meets regularly to provide support, oversight, and guidance to the journal. Members of the committee include the presidents and officers of each society.
Other societies affiliated with and contributing to the journal include The Histiocyte Society, the European Society for Paediatric Hematology and Immunology, and the International Society of Paediatric Surgical Oncology.
Electronic Table of Contents
ASPHO's official journal, Pediatric Blood & Cancer (PBC), is pleased to announce the launch of Electronic Table of Contents (eTOC). PBC eTOC will provide readers with a regular update about PBC content, directly from the Wiley Online Library. ASPHO members will be subscribed to eTOC beginning in January 2015. More information regarding this service will be available in upcoming weeks.
Pediatric Blood & Cancer iPad® App
ASPHO members receive the iPad® edition of Pediatric Blood & Cancer free of charge.
Released in March 2014, the app is available for both the iPhone and iPad. The app allows you to stay up to date with developments in your profession faster than ever before.
- dynamic figures, tables, and references
- early view articles as they publish
- the ability to browse content before downloading an issue
- the ability to share articles via e-mail and social media
- access to your institutional or personal subscription.
Members should use the same Wiley Online Library account information that they already use to access the journal. Learn more on how to access the Pediatric Blood & Cancer iPad® App.
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