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Call for papers: Oral Oncology I - Update in Epidemiology,Prevention and Diagnosis

This special issue explores barriers to early diagnosis, prognostic assessment, and treatment optimization in the context of oral cancer. It elucidates challenges encompassing health literacy, vulnerable patient cohorts, and the consequences of tobacco and alcohol consumption, among other topics. By examining these difficulties, we endeavour to augment comprehension of oral cancer risk factors, improve preventive strategies, accelerate early detection, and improve treatment outcomes, contributing to the global mitigation of oral cancer¿s impact. This special edition also serves as a pipeline for collaborative research and innovative management modalities, driving advancements in the domain of oral oncology.

Guest editors:

Luiz Kowalski
Luiz Kowalski, MD, PhD

University of Sao Paulo, SAO PAULO, Brazil
(Head and Neck Cancer,Prognostic factors,surgery)

Leandro Matos
Leandro Matos, MD, PhD

University of Sao Paulo, SAO PAULO, Brazil
(Head and Neck Surgery; Epidemiology; Molecular Biology)

Alan Roger Santos-Silva
Alan Roger Santos-Silva, DDS, MSc, PhD, FAAOM

State University of Campinas, SAO PAULO, Brazil
(head and neck cancer; oral cancer; oral potentially malignant disorders; leukoplakia; oral mucositis; radiotherapy)

Manuscript submission information:

Submission deadline: July 1, 2024

Editorial Submission Site: https://www.editorialmanager.com/BJORL

Keywords:

1. Oral cancer

2. Early diagnosis

3. Prognostic evaluation

4. Treatment outcomes

5. Cancer literacy

6. Health equity

7. Vulnerable patient populations

8. Tobacco use

9. Alcohol abuse

10. Public health interventions

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