Progress in anti-invasion and anti-metastasis research and treatment
Invasion and subsequent establishment of distant metastasis is the most life threatening consequence for patients with cancer. Last decade has seen a major expansion in our knowledge and the understanding of the molecular and cellular mechanisms in tumour invasion and metastasis. Such understanding may also lead to the exploration of anti invasion/metastasis strategies. Some agents have already shown early promise in combating these processes. This article summarises progress in the anti-invasion and metastasis research and treatment.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 1, 1996
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- The International Journal of Oncology provides an international forum for the publication of the latest, cutting-edge research in the broad area of oncology and cancer treatment. The journal accepts original high quality works and reviews on all aspects of oncology research including carcinogenesis, metastasis, epidemiology, chemotherapy and viral oncology. Through fair and efficient peer review, the journal is dedicated to publishing top tier research in the field, offering authors rapid publication as well as high standards of copy-editing and production. The International Journal of Oncology is published on a monthly basis in both print and early online.
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