Endocrine-Related Cancer is owned by the Society for Endocrinology. The Society for Endocrinology is a UK-based membership organisation representing a global community of scientists, clinicians and nurses who work with hormones. Members of the Society for Endocrinology enjoy free online access to the current content of Endocrine-Related Cancer, via the society members' area, and reduced rates on print subscriptions.
Endocrine-Related Cancer is an official journal of the European Society for Endocrinology (ESE). ESE was created to promote research, education and clinical practice in endocrinology for the public benefit. This is achieved through the organisation of conferences, training courses and publications; by raising awareness; liaising with national and international legislators; and by any other appropriate means. Major activities include the organisation of the annual European Congress of Endocrinology as well as a number of postgraduate courses. Members of the European Society of Endocrinology enjoy free online access to the current content of Endocrine-Related Cancer, via the society members' area, and reduced rates on print subscriptions. ESE has five official journals covering the full spectrum of endocrinology that help to raise the profile of European endocrinology.
Endocrine-Related Cancer is an official journal of the Japanese Hormone and Cancer Society (JHCS). JHCS is a non-profit organisation of health care workers and scientists, whose goal is to investigate the diagnosis and treatment of hormone-dependent cancers in patients. It performs a wide range of awareness-raising activities, including education and training, and aims to contribute to the development of medicine.
Endocrine-Related Cancer is an official journal of the Endocrine Society of Australia (ESA). Founded in 1958, ESA is a national non-profit organisation of scientists and clinicians whose purpose is to educate about, engage in and promote clinical practice and research in endocrinology in the region and world-wide. Its primary activities include education, research and fostering communication between clinicians, scientists, the public and policy makers.