Cancer Prevention Research

Cancer Prevention Research, launched in December 2007, focuses on building a translational bridge between the basic and clinical sciences in the field of cancer prevention. The journal publishes articles falling into four primary research categories: oncogenesis, intervention, risk assessment, and early detection. This important journal is the first in the world dedicated exclusively to cancer prevention, from preclinical research to clinical trials.

American Association for Cancer Research

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Oncology & Cancer

New gene markers detect Lynch syndrome-associated colorectal cancer

Researchers from Mayo Clinic Comprehensive Cancer Center and Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine have discovered new genetic markers to identify Lynch syndrome-associated colorectal cancer with high accuracy. Studies ...

Oncology & Cancer

Resistant starch provides lasting benefit in Lynch syndrome

For patients with Lynch syndrome (LS), daily resistant starch (RS) seems to have a lasting protective effect against noncolorectal cancers, according to a study published online July 25 in Cancer Prevention Research.

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