Editorial - Journal of Molecular Oncology Research (2020) Volume 4, Issue 2
Effectual Strategies for revention Diagnosis and Therapy
Julie A. Pelis*
- Corresponding Author:
- Pelis JA
Department of Proteomics in Cancer
Institute of Cancer Biology, Danish Cancer Society
E-mail: [email protected]
Accepted date: April 10, 2020
Citation: Pelis JA. Effectual Strategies for Prevention, Diagnosis and Therapy. J Mol Oncol Res 2020;4(2):1.
The completion of the human genome project, also because the contemporary availability of novel and powerful technologies with in genomics, proteomics and genomics promise to possess a serious impact on clinical practice, as these evolution are likely to vary the way during which cancer are going to be diagnosed, treated and monitored within the future. alongside major breakthroughs in our knowledge of the molecular mechanisms underlying the multistage nature of carcinogenesis, the targeted genes, their products and function(s), and therefore the signal ling avenue relevant to human cancer, these developments offer amazing opportunities to enhance cancer care by providing new and further effectual strategies for prevention, diagnosis and therapy.
At the moment we experience a get larger tendency in cancer research to form use of complex biological samples, and it's becoming increasingly clear that the appeal request of a more holistic approach could also be necessary so as to achieve a full understanding of the biology underlying the pathogenesis of this diseases. A multidisciplinary approach to cancer research would require the coordination of basic research activities and enormous resources and infrastructures, additionally to the creation of integrated and interdisciplinary environments with the participation of all the stakeholders within the cancer continuum: i.e. basic researchers, surgeons, oncologists, pathologists, epidemiologists, regulatory agencies and authorities, science policy makers, funding agencies, industry, advocacy groups, and society as an entire.
The Latest issue of Journal of Molecular Oncology Research, The paper, Growing teratoma syndrome presented as a left forearm mass: A case report by Ranjit Ioannis Litos, Eleni Maragkouli, Vassilis Papadopoulos, Konstantinos Tsapakidis, Ioannis Samaras, Eleni Sogka et al. The paper suggests that growing teratoma syndrome (GTS) is a rare disease occurring in patients with non-seminomatous germ cell tumors (NSGCT), which is characterized by enlarging masses in the presence of normal tumor markers either during or after completion of chemotherapy [1-6].
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