Journal of Cervical Cancer

Aims And Scope


The Journal of Cervical Cancer (JCC) is an international, open access, peer-reviewed journal publishing original research, reviews, case reports and editorials to advance the scientific understanding of all areas related to cervical cancer. We focus on the promotion and dissemination of research in topics such as clinical and biological aspects of cervical cancer, epidemiology and biomarkers, novel treatments and management, prevention strategies and more. The journal provides a platform for any researchers and clinicians with related interests and expertise to publish their findings.

JCC is committed to improving the understanding of cervical cancer and the health of affected women and their families. We welcome submissions from researchers and clinicians from any country and from any discipline that has direct relevance to the field. We strive to promote collaboration, communication and understanding between researchers, clinicians and health professionals in pursuit of this common goal.

The scope of the journal encompasses a wide range of topics, including all aspects of cervical cancer, from biology and epidemiology, to diagnosis and management, to clinical and public health interventions. In addition, JCC also considers articles related to the health and well-being of women and their families affected by cervical cancer, including educational, psychosocial and economic issues. 

Our journal encourages submissions that are applicable to the wider field of women’s health and primary prevention, such as general screening and clinical management protocols, HPV vaccination programs, and risk factor assessment. We also accept proposals for reviews, perspectives, and commentaries on cutting-edge technologies, novel treatments, and management approaches.

We invite researchers and clinicians from all disciplines to submit their work to JCC and join us in our mission to reduce the burden of cervical cancer.

Contributions from the following research areas are invited but not limited to the following branches 


  • Hpv
  • Pregnancy
  • Genital warts
  • Palliative care
  • Cervical cancer
  • Human resources
  • Epidemiology
  • Colposcopy
  • Surgery
  • Management
  • Radiation
  • Autophagy
  • Cell cycle
  • Metastasis
  • Microbiome
  • Markers
  • Medication
  • Venereal disease
  • Novel drugs
  • Role of hormones
  • Diagnostic techniques
  • Incidence and mortality
  • Symptoms and side effects
  • Tropical treatments
  • Sexually transmitted disease (std)
  • Cervical cancer elimination
  • Cervical cancer diagnosis
  • Cervical cancer screening
  • Hpv and cervical cancer
  • Cervical cancer treatment
  • Cervical cancer prevention
  • Cervical cancer vaccines
  • Cervical cancer risk factors
  • Cervical cancer prognosis
  • Cervical cancer staging
  • Cervical cancer survival rates
  • Cervical cancer symptoms
  • Cervical cancer causes
  • Cervical cancer statistics
  • Cervical cancer surgery
  • Cervical cancer radiation therapy
  • Cervical cancer chemotherapy
  • Cervical cancer immunotherapy
  • Cervical cancer clinical trials
  • Cervical cancer genetics
  • Cervical cancer biomarkers
  • Cervical cancer and pregnancy
  • Cervical cancer and sexual activity
  • Cervical cancer and menopause
  • Cervical cancer and smoking
  • Cervical cancer and diet
  • Cervical cancer and exercise
  • Cervical cancer and stress
  • Cervical cancer and environmental factors
  • Cervical cancer and social factors
  • Cervical cancer and healthcare access
  • Cervical cancer and global health
  • Cervical cancer in developing countries
  • Cervical cancer in elderly women
  • Cervical cancer in young women
  • Cervical cancer in men
  • Cervical cancer disparities
  • Cervical cancer survivorship
  • Cervical cancer quality of life
  • Cervical cancer supportive care
  • Cervical cancer patient education
  • Cervical cancer nursing care
  • Cervical cancer palliative care
  • Cervical cancer advocacy
  • Cervical cancer awareness
  • Cervical cancer public health interventions


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