Debates on Bladder Cancer


Debates on Bladder Cancer is an English, international, open access medical journal with peer reviewed articles on different aspects of bladder cancer. It addresses clinically and experimentally working doctors and scientists of urology, oncology, radiation therapy, pathology, health economics, public health, epidemiology, medical history and adjacent medical specialities, which deal with bladder cancer.

The Editorial Board call on researchers to submit their research results to the peer review process of Debates on Bladder Cancer.

Article types are Original articles, Case reports and Poster Journal. Submission can be either unsolicited or by invitation of the Editorial Board. Review articles, Conference reports or presentations and commentaries on new scientific advances as published in other journals (Uroscope) are accepted for peer review only by invitation of the Editorial Board. For further information about article types, please refer to the Guidelines for authors.

All articles that fulfil these conditions are initially considered by the Editorial Office according to form and content. Once accepted for peer review by the Editorial Board, manuscripts are assessed by experts in the field. If necessary, manuscripts may be returned to the authors for revision. Considering the experts’ assessment, Editorial Board then decide about publication.

Accepted articles are formatted according to the journal’s standards and, after a final check by the authors, published in Debates on Bladder Cancer in HTML and pdf formats.


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Original articles
Original articles have a 3,000 word limit. Review articles have a 5,000 word limit (excluding references). Articles must be divided into the sections Background, Methods, Results, Discussion and Concl
Case reports
Case reports have a 1,500 word limit (excluding references) and must be sectioned into Background, Case Presentation and Discussion. The number of authors and references is not limited. Every article
Poster Journal
The article has a 1,200 word limit (excluding references) and must be sectioned into Introduction, Methods, Results and Conclusions. Number of authors (10) and references (15) is limited. Every articl
Conference reports
Articles are written by invitation of the Editors-in-chief. Manuscript length and format are not limited. Every article must be preceded by an Abstract. At the authorís request, reports about German-s
Presentations of new diagnostic or therapeutic approaches and commentaries of experts on scientific research on bladder cancer by invitation of the Editors-in-chief. Articles must be sectioned into Ba