Nature Cancer

Nature Cancer aims to publish the most significant advances across the full spectrum of cancer research in the life, physical, applied and social sciences, spanning basic preclinical, translational and clinical work. The journal’s broad scope covers all cancer research offering new insights into cancer biology and genetics, new approaches for the development and delivery of diagnostics and therapies, and new ways of understanding the global societal impact of cancer, ensuring that the work published reaches the widest possible audience.

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Oncology & Cancer

What reactivates dormant cancer cells?

Researchers at Columbia University have found a molecule that is responsible for arousing dormant cells from breast cancer and nudging them to create metastases. Silencing this molecule, called Malat1, in mice with breast ...

Oncology & Cancer

Researchers discover epigenetic status determines metastasis

Scientists from the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) and Heidelberg University have investigated in mice how spreading tumor cells behave at the site of metastasis. Some tumor cells immediately start to form metastases. ...

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