1. Editor Editor Australia says:

    T Palmer the date is actually correct. This is how publishers/journals drum up interest and ultimately sales in advance of publication. The date of the 15th is the actual print release date, you can however usually purchase "online and in advance" access to journal editions and specific papers before this date as in this case. If you read through to the bottom of the article you will see that you can actually buy the paper online on "CANCER; Published Online: June 08, 2009". The date of the 15th applies to the print edition released on the 15th. Hope this makes sense to you, Happy researching.

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