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The Link between Increased Body Mass Index and Radiotherapy of Childhood Leukemia: The Need to Manage Obesity in Pediatric Leukemia Patients

Although radiotherapy is one of the most important modalities used to cure cancer, radiation exposure can damage the human body.

Published 22 Mar, 2017


Commentary

Promises: Alternative Medicine in the Era of Innovative Cancer Therapy

Tumorigenesis evolves following a doctrine that is as much stochastic as it is Darwinian in nature.

Published 22 Mar, 2017


Short Communication

Advancement of the Technology in Radiation Oncology

Today, approximately 120 years after the discovery of X-Ray, November 8, 1895 by German physicist Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, radiation therapy has taken a gaint leap and has become not only very advanced and sophisticated but also precise and conformal.

Published 22 Mar, 2017


Research Article

Clinical Outcomes of Adjuvant Therapies in Early Stage Invasive Cervical Cancer: More Research is Needed

Introduction: Uterine cervical cancer is one of the most common malignancies worldwide and the second most common gynecological cancer, specifically within the age group of 55–59 years.

Published 22 Mar, 2017


Mini Review

The Role of the Insulin Receptor is Forms in the Insulin- Like Growth Factor Signaling Axis in Cancer

The Insulin-like Growth Factor (IGF) signaling system is known for regulating critical cellular processes related to growth and apoptosis.

Published 21 Mar, 2017


Case Report

The WHO Classification 2016 of Tumours in the Urinary System and Male Genital Organs and Impact on the Bladder Cancer

12 years after the previous WHO, a new WHO classification was published in January 2016 (1).

Published 21 Mar, 2017


Short Commutation

The Importance of Individualized Prognostic Indicators

Once initial diagnosis is made, key to adequate cancer treatment is prognosis determination.

Published 21 Mar, 2017


Commentary

Recent Molecular Immunological Chemotherapy for Gastrointestinal Malignancies

Efficacy of anticancer agents is generally dose-dependent and thus is determined by the Maximum Tolerated Dose (MTD) and Dose-Limiting Toxicities (DLT).

Published 21 Mar, 2017


Commentary

Values for a Successful Research & for Researchers

Researchers in science and medical fields have been examining many aspects of life, including illnesses and diseases.

Published 20 Mar, 2017


Case Report

Metastatic Soft Tissue Sarcomas in Elderly Patients: 18 Years of Monoinstitutional Experience

Elderly people represent more than 50% of sarcoma patients, but very few data are available on the results of treatment of this population.

Published 20 Mar, 2017


Review Article

Postoperative Radioactive Iodine for Differentiated Thyroid Cancer: A Historical Perspective

Radioactive iodine has been used in differentiated thyroid cancer for postoperative thyroid remnant ablation for several decades, yet its indications remain controversial.

Published 20 Mar, 2017


Short Communication

Palliation of Extra-Hepatic Biliary Malignancies: Diminishing Role for Surgery

In a recently published manuscript, Buettner and colleagues [1] provides an analysis of outcomes following palliative surgery for extra hepatic biliary malignancies over a period of 15 years from ten of the best cancer centres in the United States.

Published 20 Mar, 2017


Research Article

Response-Based Intensive Induction Chemotherapy of Curative Approach in Elderly Acute Myelogenous Leukemia Patients in Single Institution

To date, about 60-80% of adults with previously untreated de novo Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) enter Complete Remission (CR) when treated with standard regimen.

Published 20 Mar, 2017


Short Communication

Eating Right to Block Left Premalignant Lesion of GI Cancers

Prof. WK Hong and prof. MB Sporn in their publication at "Science" journal [1] defined chemoprevention as cancer prevention using pharmacologic or natural agents that inhibit the development of invasive cancer either by blocking the DNA damage or by reversing the progression of premalignant cells.

Published 20 Mar, 2017


Case Report

Primary Breast Sarcoma: A Case Report

Breast cancer is the commonest cancer that afflicts females worldwide. Of all the cancers of the breast majority arise from epithelial component (carcinoma).

Published 20 Mar, 2017


Review Article

The Impact of Climate Change on Paediatric Oncology

Background: According to some experts, climate change will be the greatest health-related hazard in the 21st century.

Published 17 Mar, 2017


Review Article

Transarterial Therapies for Hepatocellular Carcinoma: Current Evidence-Based Medicine and Contemporary Clinical Techniques

Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC) is the second worldwide leading cause of cancer-related deaths.

Published 17 Mar, 2017


Short Communication

Trends of Molecular Research for Pancreatic Cancer Diagnostics: Insights of Clinician

Pancreatic cancer is an aggressive malignancy with very high negative impact for overall patients survival and non-reducing incidence rates in western countries [1,2].

Published 17 Mar, 2017


Case Report

A Young Patient with Mantle Cell Lymphoma has been Cured by Myeloablative Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation

The diagnosis of Mantle Cell Lymphoma (MCL) is rarely made in young adults as the disease is most commonly encountered in middle age and elderly individuals.

Published 17 Mar, 2017


Research Article

Role of 18F-FDG PET/CT in Gastric Carcinomas: Comparison with Contrastenhancement Computed Tomography

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the usefulness of 18fluorodeoxyglucose Positron Emission Tomography /Computed Tomography (18F-FDG PET/CT) in patients with gastric carcinoma and to compare it with contrast enhancement CT.

Published 17 Mar, 2017





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