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Archive of Oncology is an Open Access journal. All
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It is generally known that Open Access journals offer
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Access counterparts, due to which papers published
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all other conditions being equal. Publishing with
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The high visibility of articles published in Archive
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enhanced further through automatic re-indexing of
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Acceptance in DOAJ, as a source based on quality control
and follow-up, has become a de facto proof of legitimacy,
and is regarded as a sort of international certificate
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additional visibility to both our papers and their
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