American Society of Clinical Oncology Signs Multi-Year Contract With Cadmus Communications
Press release from the issuing company
RICHMOND, Va., Oct. 5 -- Cadmus Communications Corporation today announced that the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) has signed a multi-year contract extension for content production, printing and publisher services for all of its publications. Cadmus has been providing production services for many years to ASCO's flagship journal, The Journal of Clinical Oncology, a leading publication in the field of clinical cancer research worldwide.
"We value the high quality of service that Cadmus provides to ASCO and expect to extend the opportunities to grow our partnership," stated Vicki Vaughn, Deputy Publisher of The Journal of Clinical Oncology. "The journal is experiencing significant growth and Cadmus has endured the test of time. We are pleased to continue this relationship."
"Cadmus and ASCO have worked collaboratively over the years to develop a strong team and a service capability designed to support their publishing program. We are honored by ASCO's continued confidence in Cadmus," said Steve Hare, President of Cadmus' Publishing Services Group. "This collaboration is a strong testament to the effort and expertise of our associates as well as Cadmus' commitment to the scholarly publishing community."
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