Journal of Cervical Cancer

About The Journal

The Journal of Cervical Cancer (JCC) is a peer-reviewed that publishes articles related to cervical cancer research. It is an Open Access publication, focusing on topics such as instrumentation, biopsy assessment, prophylaxis, and prognosis. The journal serves as a platform to promote information exchange and discussion among scholars, researchers, and clinicians, while providing a comprehensive overview of the current state of the field. 

The journal publishes original research and reviews related to cervical cancer, and provides a platform for authors to debate and discuss issues around diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. The journal also publishes case studies, in-depth analyses, and editorials. By offering a forum for open discussion and sharing of results, the JCC promotes the advancement of knowledge and understanding on the subject. Readers are kept up to date with the most recent developments in cervical cancer research through the journal's regular updates.


Submission Process

JCC accepts manuscripts through article submission procedure, which includes original and novel research articles, review articles, applied research studies, and opinion pieces of the highest quality. Manuscripts should be submitted electronically through the journal's submission system. The Journal of Cervical Cancer encourages scholarly contributions from the authors and scientists from all over the world and provides them with a platform to discuss the latest developments in cervical cancer research.

Scope of JCC

Diagnostic techniques, Drug sensitivity and resistance, Drug targeting, Epidemiology, Experimental studies, Food and Nutrition, Genetics and hereditary factors, Genital Warts, Habits and lifestyle, etc.
Remaining Scope can be viewed at Aim and Scope 

Instructions to Prepare your article

Manuscripts should be prepared in accordance with the Instructions for Authors and must include original research, novel methodologies, or review articles. All submitted manuscripts will be subject to peer review and authors will be requested to revise their manuscript as necessary. Upon acceptance, the paper will be published in a fully open access format. 

Article Processing Charge

JCC applies a rigorous peer-review process to ensure the high quality and integrity of published articles. The articles published by JCC are made freely accessible to readers.
Upon acceptance the article author is asked to pay Article Processing Charges (APCs) which covers the publication cost.
Published Articles at JCC
Editorial: Gene-Eden-VIR: A Potential Natural Treatment for Cervical Cancer by Hanan Polansky, Will Blesch
Research Article: Uptake of Cervical Cancer Screening Among Female Staff at the University College Hospital, Ibadan by A.E Adetona, K.O Osungbade, O.O Akinyemi, T.A Obembe

Editorial Board Members

Bharat Rekhi - Tata Memorial Hospital, Parel.
Alfonso Duenas-Gonzalez - niversity of Guadalajara Mexico
Supriya Chopra - ACTREC, Tata Memorial Centre.
Hong Zhang - Second Military Medical University
Tami L. Thomas - University of Florida
Hannah Flynn - University of Plymouth Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry
Mitchell Kamrava, M.D. - University of California Los Angeles
Tufail Malik - Khalifa University of Science and Technology and Research
Megan Trad - Texas State University


1. I am pleased to note your quality work, professionalism and non-indifference. The decision of working moments and all questions are carried out quickly, quickly enough, in working order. Reviewers' reviews are objective, useful, aimed at improving articles. Layout and design of good quality. I believe that the magazine can be indexed in the Scopus database. I and my colleagues are determined to continue cooperation with you.

Kiryanov NA - Izhevsk State Medical Academy

2. My experience with you was wonderful: you are not just looking for money, as unfortunately do some of your competitors, but show a real interest in publishing science, also helping to improve manuscript's quality. Thanks to valuable prompt suggestions by your Editors, getting to the final product in a few weeks since submission. Thank you.

Diego Liberati - National Research Council of Italy

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