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Hormones and Cancer

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07.12.2018 | Editorial

Providing Evidence: Step by Step—a Letter from Associate Editor, Tobias Else, MD

22.11.2018 | Original Paper Open Access

Chilean Registry for Neuroendocrine Tumors: A Latin American Perspective

Neuroendocrine tumors (NETs) are relatively rare and highly heterogeneous neoplasms. Despite this, recent studies from North America and Central Europe have suggested an increase in incidence. In Latin America, NET data are scarce and scattered …

23.10.2018 | Original Paper

Downregulation of IGF1R Expression Inhibits Growth and Enhances Cisplatin Sensitivity of Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma Cells In Vitro

A lentivirus-mediated doxycycline-inducible pTRIPZ shRNAmir plasmid targeting IGF1R transcript was transfected into two head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) cell lines to silence IGF1R expression and to assess the effect of its …

06.10.2018 | Original Paper

Aggressiveness of Localized Prostate Cancer: the Key Value of Testosterone Deficiency Evaluated by Both Total and Bioavailable Testosterone: AndroCan Study Results

Failure rates after first-line treatment of localized prostate cancer (PCa) treatment remain high. Improvements to patient selection and identification of at-risk patients are central to reducing mortality. We aimed to determine if cancer …

08.09.2018 | Original Paper

Familial Cancer Clustering in Patients with Prolactinoma

People are at higher risk for malignancy as they get older or have a strong family history of cancer. This study aims to collect family history of cancer in a large cohort of patients with pituitary adenomas (PA) in outpatient clinic from years …

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Major areas of interest in cancer biology include:

-Cancer causation, metabolism, and hormone-dependence

-Disease progression, prevention, treatment, and resistance

-Translational studies dealing with novel therapeutic agents

-Hormone receptors and their co-regulatory molecules

-Hormonally infl uenced signaling pathways

-Nuclear and Steroid Hormone Receptors

-Adrenal, pituitary, and thyroid hormones

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