Cancer Research

Biophotonics in Pathology

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Pub. date
April 2013
Editor
Cohen, S.
Volume
185 of Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
Price
US$130 / €99 / £85
ISBN print
978-1-61499-233-2
Subject
Cancer Research, Medicine & Health

Translational Pathology of Early Cancer

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Pub. date
March 2012
Editors
Srivastava, S., Grizzle, W.E.
Price
US$239 / €156 / £140
ISBN print
978-1-61499-023-9
Subject
Cancer Research

Biomarkers for Ovarian Cancer: New Technologies and Targets to Address Persistently Unmet Needs

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Pub. date
November 2011
Editors
Tainsky, M.A., Lokshin, A.
Price
US$167 / €115
ISBN print
978-1-60750-978-3
Subject
Cancer Research

Diagnostic and Prognostic Markers in Liver Cirrhosis

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Pub. date
November 2011
Editors
Augustin, S., Genescà, J.
Price
US$131 / €90
ISBN print
978-1-60750-979-0
Subject
Cancer Research

Triple Negative Breast Cancer: Breast Cancer Research in Evolution

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Pub. date
November 2011
Editors
Eng-Wong, J., Zujewski, J.A.
Price
US$167 / €115
ISBN print
978-1-60750-977-6
Subject
Cancer Research

Molecular Biology of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

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Pub. date
April 2011
Editor
Yehuda, R.
Price
US$130 / €90
ISBN print
978-1-60750-748-2
Subject
Cancer Research, Medicine & Health

Metastasis Imaging: Current Concepts and Future Challenges

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Pub. date
April 2011
Editors
Messiou, C., deSouza, N.M.
Price
US$116 / €80
ISBN print
978-1-60750-745-1
Subject
Cancer Research

Breast Disease

ISSN
0888-6008

Kidney Cancer

Kidney Cancer is an international multidisciplinary journal to facilitate progress in understanding…

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ISSN print
2468-4562
Price
US$173 / €147
Volume
1; 2 issues
Subject
Cancer Research, Urology

Bladder Cancer

New high-quality journal giving equal weight to original research in basic science, translational re…

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ISSN print
2352-3727
Price
US$288 / €237
Volume
3; 4 issues
Subject
Cancer Research, Urology

Cancer Biomarkers

Concentrating on molecular biomarkers in cancer research, Cancer Biomarkers publishes original resea…

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ISSN print
1574-0153
Price
US$1530 / €1145
Volume
18-20; 12 issues
Subject
Cancer Research, Medicine & Health

Human Antibodies

Human Antibodies is an international journal designed to bring together all aspects of human hybrido…

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ISSN print
1093-2607
Price
US$785 / €575
Volume
25; 4 issues
Subject
Cancer Research, Medicine & Health

Breast Disease

The recent expansion of work in the field of breast cancer inevitably will hasten discoveries that w…

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ISSN print
0888-6008
Price
US$595 / €460
Volume
37; 4 issues
Subject
Cancer Research, Medicine & Health

New Analysis Shows Hexvix®/Cysview® Significantly Prolongs Time To Progression Of Bladder Cancer

April 29, 2016 - Photocure ASA (OSE: PHO), is pleased to announce publication of a new analysis demonstrating that Blue Light Cystoscopy (BLC) with Hexvix/Cysview significantly prolonged time to disease progression and showed a trend in the reduction of the rate of progression in patients with non-muscle invasive bladder cancer (NMIBC). The data was published online in the April issue of the peer reviewed journal, Bladder Cancer.

Researchers Make Progress in Genomic Classification of Bladder Cancers

February 19, 2016 - The ability to map the human genome has transformed how scientists and researchers classify various cancers. In the past, cancer cells were examined through a microscope and their appearance, often enhanced with dyes or other agents, was used to categorize the type of cancer. Now, it is possible to extract the DNA or RNA from these cells and establish a classification according to the type and quantity of mutations, active and inactive genes, and other molecular characteristics. An article in the current issue of Bladder Cancer reports the results of a consensus meeting of experts in the field and describes the recent efforts to classify bladder cancers.

MicroRNAs Present Exciting Opportunities for Cancer Therapy and Diagnosis

December 20, 2012 - As many as 50 percent of all human protein-coding genes are regulated by microRNA (miRNA) molecules. While some miRNAs impact onset and progression of cancer, others can actually suppress the development of malignant tumors and are useful in cancer therapy. They can also serve as potential biomarkers for early cancer detection. In a new issue of Cancer Biomarkers, investigators report on non-coding miRNAs as appealing biomarkers for malignancy.

2013 Cancer Research Brochure

November 27, 2012 - View the new Cancer Research Brochure here.