October 14, 2014
Free 30 Day Trial of Cancer Journal for Patients, Families, and General Public!
Free 30-day trial of the Journal of Simplified Cancer Research starts today!
Somerville, MA….Cancer Research Simplified is offering to the public a chance to download a free introductory 30-day trial download of the Journal of Simplified Cancer Research (JSCR). This offer allows those visiting the site a free look of the journal, a $4.99 value per monthly issue.
The 30-day trial subscription will be available to download free of charge from www.cancerresearchsimplified.org/the-journal-of-simplified-cancer-research-jscr between October 14, 2014 and November 14, 2014. Readers can view the journal not only in English, but uniquely, in German and Turkish as well with no obligation. Each issue covers topics including understanding clinical trials, new drug approvals, and coping with cancer, among others. If the reader wishes to subscribe to the JSCR, all that is needed is to get a copy online, at a fee of 4.99 US dollars per monthly download, or select a discounted yearly subscription of $49.99.
The Journal of Simplified Cancer Research (JSCR) is the official journal of Cancer Research Simplified, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. It is written by experts in the field; the Journal covers topics of interest to cancer patients and the general public, edited and written in a simplified way so all can read about cancer without confusing technical jargon.
Cancer Research Simplified™ is a non-profit organization, committed to providing ‘simplified’ information resources to cancer patients about their disease, the latest cancer research, and cancer institutes and hospitals worldwide that provide specialized cancer care and specific targeted therapy methods. In addition, we provide scholarships for high school students worldwide to perform research activities at renowned cancer research institutions around the world.
Making cancer research understandable for everyone. Providing scholarships for young students worldwide to encourage careers in cancer research.
By providing cancer patients with information about their disease, up-to-date research, and specialized cancer treatment institutes, we can bridge the gap between cancer patients and cancer-treatment professionals and ease the burden on cancer patients by making it easy to find the best possible care.
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