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Innovations & Thérapeutiques en Oncologie

Innovations & Thérapeutiques en Oncologie


The scientific journal of Unicancer, published in partnership with the AERIO and SFjRO, Innovations & Thérapeutiques en Oncologie has two main missions which are :

  • To bring knowledge about the largest number of innovations in oncology, trying as accurately as possible to define their benefits, but also their restrictions and limitations.

  • To echo the everyday impact of both these innovations and also any new methods in clinical practice, new ways of using them and new areas of interest from specific clinical situations.


With its eyes set resolutely on the future, the six annual editions of this Journal will quickly find their home with all French speaking oncologists.


The Innovations & Thérapeutiques en Oncologie review has an editing committee comprised of successful professionals who are expert in their respective sectors. It can therefore offer you excellent content which will contribute to the development of the future of oncology.


Volume 9, issue 1, January-February 2023


En accès libre IRA and innovation in Europe: what questions should we ask?
Jean-Pierre Delord
Free Access

Humeur/Opinion Column

Article For a declusive, deconstructed and multiversal oncology
Jacques Robert

Sélection et décryptage/Comments and Analysis

Article Comments and analysis
Patricia de Cremoux, Jacques Robert

Les Prix Unicancer de l’innovation/Unicancer Innovation Prizes

En accès libre National Convention of the French Cancer Centers - How constraints impact excellence, innovation, and project development
Sylvie Favier
Free Access

Article Development of a genomic instability scale for ovarian cancer
Raphaël Leman, Étienne Muller, Nicolas Goardon, Imène Chentli, Aurore Tranchant, Angelina Legros, Laurent Castera, Florence Joly, Alain Morel, Christel Brunet, Véronique Bocly, Éric Fernandez, Florence Coulet, Roseline Tang, Étienne Rouleau, Florine Oca, Romain Boucly, Aurélie Dumont, Catherine Genestie, Hans-Joachim Lück, Piera Gargiulo, Diana Bello Roufai, Marie-Ange Mouret-Reynier, Hugues Bourgeois, Anne-Claire Hardy-Bessard, Christine Montoto, Isabelle Ray-Coquard, Éric Pujade-Lauraine, Dominique Vaur

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