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Wednesday 25th November 2015

Detecting hepatocellular carcinoma in blood

RNA editing by ADAR1 marks dsRNA as “self”

Dnmt3a2: a hub for enhancing cognitive functions

Micro-electrode array recordings reveal reductions in both excitation and inhibition in cultured cortical neuron networks lacking Shank3

Linkage and association analysis of ADHD endophenotypes in extended and multigenerational pedigrees from a genetic isolate

Inflammation during skeletal muscle regeneration and tissue remodeling: application to exercise-induced muscle damage management

A timeline demarcating two waves of clonal deletion and Foxp3 upregulation during thymocyte development

Immunomodulation of endothelial differentiated mesenchymal stromal cells: impact on T and NK cells

Tuesday 24th November 2015

A prospective clinical trial of HIFU hemiablation for clinically localized prostate cancer

Combination cancer immunotherapies tailored to the tumour microenvironment

Tumour cells can evade the immune response through different strategies, with the tumour microenvironment being a key determinant of which pathways become activated to restrain antitumour immunity. The authors of this Review describe the four major t...

Revisiting tumour aneuploidy — the place of ploidy assessment in the molecular era

Chromosome instability (CIN) is gaining increasing interest as a central process in cancer, and is indicated whenever tumour cells harbour an abnormal quantity of DNA, termed 'aneuploidy'. In this Review, the authors review the literature published s...

Computational oncology — mathematical modelling of drug regimens for precision medicine

As the numbers of available anticancer drugs and thus possible drug combinations continues to grow, determining the optimal toxicity–efficacy balance of treatment regimens becomes increasingly complex, and the utility of standard empirical approach...

Integrating palliative care into the trajectory of cancer care

The practice of palliative care for patients with cancer is continually improving, and an increasing evidence base indicates that early integration of oncological and palliative care can result in wide-ranging benefits for the patients, their loved o...

Breast cancer therapy-associated cardiovascular disease

Use of radiotherapy or chemotherapy generally increases the survival of women with breast cancer; however, the use of radiotherapy, chemotherapy agents, such as the anthracycline doxorubicin, or anti-HER2 agents, such as trastuzumab, confer an increa...

Surgery: Limitations of prospective surgical oncology trials — a US view

Surgeons should promote the best standard of surgical care through evidence-based results from prospective trials. European surgical investigators, in this issue of the journal, highlight the difficulties in patient accrual to surgical trials, patien...

CNS cancer: Astrocytoma cells interconnect to resist radiotherapy

Non-invasive electrocardiographic assessments of cardiac autonomic modulation in individuals with spinal cord injury

Prostate cancer: Staying grounded — flightless-1 is a tumour supressor

Bladder cancer in 2015: Improving indication, technique and outcome of radical cystectomy

Radical cystectomy is the standard treatment for patients with bladder cancer, but the prognosis of patients undergoing this procedure has not changed for decades. Small steps towards improvement include better selection of high-risk T1 patients, the...

Use of ureteral access sheaths in ureteroscopy

The development of the ureteral access sheath (UAS) has enabled substantially greater use of ureteroscopy for minimally invasive management of diseases of the upper urinary tract. Here, the authors describe the advantages and risks associated with th...

Bladder cancer: A step closer to individualized treatment for bladder cancer

Biomarkers predicting response to chemotherapy in patients with muscle-invasive bladder cancer (MIBC) have the potential to better select patients for treatment and to improve outcomes of this aggressive disease. Results from a new study bring us a s...

Prostate cancer: Elective pelvic nodal radiotherapy: is the jury still out?

Elective pelvic nodal irradiation (EPNI) remains a controversial area in prostate cancer management. Two articles published in the International Journal of Radiation, Oncology, Biology and Physics present additional data regarding the benefits of EPN...

Prostate cancer: Castration impairs DNA repair

Prostate cancer: STHLM3 model for prostate cancer screening

Genome-wide association studies suggest sex-specific loci associated with abdominal and visceral fat


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