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The Radiation Oncology Journal (ROJ) is an official journal of the Korean Society for Radiation Oncology. It was launched in 1983 as the official journal of the Korean Society of Therapeutic Radiology. It was changed in 2000 as the official journal of the Korean Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology and finally in 2011 as ROJ.
The aims of Radiation Oncology Journal are to contribute to the advancements in the fields of radiation oncology through the scientific reviews and interchange of all of radiation oncology. It encompasses all areas of radiation oncology that impacts on the treatment of cancer using radiation as well basic experimental work relating radiation oncology and health policy. It publishes papers describing clinical radiotherapy, combined modality therapy, radiation biology, cancer biology, radiation physics, radiation informatics and new technology including particle therapy.
The ROJ is published quarterly on the last day of March, June, September, and December, one volume per year. Any physicians or researchers throughout the world can submit a manuscript if the scope of the manuscript is appropriate. Articles in the following categories will be published: original articles, invited review articles, case reports, editorials, and letters to the editor related to basic or clinical radiation oncology. All of the manuscripts are peer-reviewed.
The ROJ is free open access journal. All articles published in ROJ are available through http://www.e-roj.org.