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Miller said. ‘The journal will also include content articles on practice transformation in radiation oncology, including aspects of health policy that may impact the near future practice of radiation oncology and how information technology, such as for example data analytics and systems innovations, are changing practice.’ Submitting an article for peer review is normally free. However, if accepted, authors will pay a charge for each manuscript recognized for publication to cover the costs of peer review, indexing, typesetting and on the web hosting in perpetuity. Charges range from $750 for a case survey submitted by an ASTRO member to $2,000 for an original survey from a non-ASTRO member. Furthermore, papers considered out of scope by the Crimson Journal and PRO may be passed onto Advances for consideration, with the author's permission; the original paper and any reviews from Red Journal or PRO editors will cascade to Advances' editors.. (more…)