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.

Publisher
Nature Publishing Group
Website
https://www.nature.com/natcancer/

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Oncology & Cancer

COVID-19 vaccination shown to protect people with blood cancer

People suffering from blood cancer often have a weak immune system, putting them at higher risk of falling seriously ill with COVID-19. Some cancer therapies, moreover, result in these patients forming few or no antibodies ...

Oncology & Cancer

Rethinking how cancer cells evade targeted therapy

Glioblastomas (GBMs) are incurable brain tumors with a prognosis of about one-and-a half years on average. They are highly resistant to treatment and have defied all attempts at precision therapy.

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