Molecular Cancer Research

Molecular Cancer Research is a monthly peer reviewed academic journal published by the American Association for Cancer Research. Prior to September 2002 it was known as Cell Growth & Differentiation.

Publisher
American Association for Cancer Research
Country
US
Website
http://mcr.aacrjournals.org/
Impact factor
4.373 (2010)

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Medical research

New study shows how tumor cells use mitochondria to keep growing

Hormone therapy is often used to treat prostate cancer that has spread to other parts of the body, but many patients develop resistance to hormone therapy, causing their disease to become more aggressive and potentially more ...

Oncology & Cancer

Zeroing in on melanoma's molecular spread

The secret to melanoma's metastatic spread could be a complex natural pathway it hijacks—one which may be a therapeutic target in combination with other targeted therapies and immunotherapies, according to new research ...

Oncology & Cancer

Unique sugar structures could identify early-stage liver cancer

Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) researchers report in Molecular Cancer Research that they have identified specific sugar structures that correlate to specific subtypes of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), the most ...

Oncology & Cancer

Seeking a unique treatment for lobular breast cancer

Though the two main histological types of breast cancer—lobular and ductal—are treated with the same hormonal therapies, women with lobular breast cancer often have recurrence or metastasis of the disease several years ...

Oncology & Cancer

Better treatment for aggressive prostate cancer

New research from CU Cancer Center member Scott Cramer, Ph.D., and his colleagues could help in the treatment of men with certain aggressive types of prostate cancer.

Medications

A new type of recyclable: Finding new uses for established drugs

Discovering and treating tumors before they spread throughout the body is key for cancer patients to achieve positive outcomes. When tumor cells spread, which is known as metastasis, they can take over other organs and lead ...

Oncology & Cancer

Loss of lipid-regulating gene fuels prostate cancer spread

Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center researchers from the Department of Radiation Oncology and Molecular Radiation Sciences identified a lipid-regulating protein that conveys what the researchers describe as "superpowers" onto ...

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