ACCC and SLACK Inc Announce Oncology Issues Now on SLACK Journal Host

Feb. 16, 2023

THOROFARE, N.J. – SLACK Incorporated (SLACK) and the Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) jointly announced that Oncology Issues is now published by the ACCC on SLACK Journal Host at SLACK Journal Host is a self-publishing option that provides access to a state-of-the-art content management platform at an affordable price.

While most single-title and short-line publishers would prefer to self-publish to retain control over content, strategy, and finances of their publishing operation, the high cost of publishing technology that meets member and user expectations is prohibitive. SLACK Journal Host lowers the barrier of entry for self-publishing by amortizing the cost of building and maintaining the platform among multiple publishers, including SLACK itself.

For ACCC, the opportunity to publish on its own terms for a reasonable investment is what attracted them to SLACK Journal Host. “ACCC views the journal as its most important communications vehicle and a significant member benefit,” said Mark Liu, MHA, Senior Director of Oncology Strategy, Transformation & Analytics, Oncology Service Line, Mount Sinai Health System & Tisch Cancer Institute, and Editor-in-Chief of Oncology Issues. “SLACK Journal Host allows ACCC complete control of its publishing strategy at a price that fits the Association’s budget.”

Oncology Issues, now in its 38th year of publication, is a non-clinical, operational journal providing “how-to” articles for the entire multidisciplinary oncology care team on a wide range of topics. The journal can be accessed directly at

SLACK Journal Host’s content management platform, Atypon Literatum, is built on industry-leading technology that provides readers with an intuitive experience and simple navigation, relying on the power of gold-standard metadata to deliver SLACK’s health care content designed for any device.


For 60 years, SLACK Journals has been providing specialty medical content to institutions of all sizes in areas such as Nursing, Ophthalmology, and General Medicine. With most of SLACK’s leading journals indexed in MEDLINE/PubMed, patrons of medical libraries around the world see SLACK as a trusted source for medical content. Yearly subscriptions, backfiles, and options for perpetual access are available in print or electronic formats. New this year is SLACK Journals Select, a program which offers token bundles for purchase that allow access to articles in a specific focus area without a subscription. Learn more at

The Association of Community Cancer Centers is the leading education and advocacy organization for the multidisciplinary cancer team. Founded in 1974, ACCC provides a multidisciplinary, how-to perspective to help every member of the cancer care team address gaps in care delivery and coordination, translate complex, innovative information into real-world practice, and optimize patient outcomes. ACCC is a powerful network of more than 32,000 practitioners and 1,700 cancer programs and practices nationwide. Providing a national forum for addressing issues that affect cancer programs, ACCC is recognized as the premier provider of resources for the entire oncology care team.

Gia Byrd
Marketing Manager, Journals
SLACK Incorporated
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