Bibliometrics can help libraries to understand their local community’s journal usage patterns, and to identify the most influential journals to subscribe to. Collection development can be informed by bibliometrics data on both the relative influence of journals in the worldwide community, and on the publication and citation patterns. The study analysis the CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians from 2010 to 2019. On the study period, 419 articles published and received 2,52,572 citations. It is noticed that citation per year is 25257.2 and citation per paper calculated as 602.8. The cites per authors noticed as 69859. It is clear that paper per authors is 231.3 and authors per paper are 2.61. H index calculated for 2010-2019 as 114 and G index calculated as 419. HC index of CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians noticed as 107, HI index noticed as 32.9 and HI norm of CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians noticed as 74. AWCR is 50000.29, AW index calculated as 223.61 and AWCRpA calculated as 14117.39. MK Barton was the most promising author who contributed 76 articles (18.14%), A Jema contributed 25 articles and M Fillon contributed 21 articles on the study period. By 2030 that the solo research productivity will have 68.3 percent growth and joint research productivity will have 44.8 percent growth in the CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians. .