Global Journal of Cancer Therapy

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EISSN : 25815407
Current Publisher: Peertechz Publications Inc (10.17352)
Total articles ≅ 29
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Global Journal of Cancer Therapy; doi:10.17352/gjct

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Global Journal of Cancer Therapy is an academic, open access and well-established journal which is keen to publishing high quality manuscripts focusing on cancer therapy.
Patel Shilpen, Chon Christine Y, Tedrick Laura, Calvert Joshua K, Lorimer Dean, Shinn Justin R, Zeng Jing, Laramore George E
Global Journal of Cancer Therapy, Volume 6, pp 015-022; doi:10.17352/2581-5407.000030

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Background: Primary adenoid cystic carcinoma (ACC) is the second most common primary tracheal neoplasms but the data for optimal treatment plan is limited. This study is an update of our institutional experience treating primary ACC of the trachea with neutron radiotherapy.
M Karthikeyan, Mk Deepa, T Balasubramanian, Reji Monika, Rc Satish, Ad Abhay, Pc Shruti, Sd Omkar
Global Journal of Cancer Therapy, Volume 6, pp 010-014; doi:10.17352/2581-5407.000029

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Cryosurgery techniques has been used in the ancient period. Cryosurgery employs the high rate of freezing rate to destroy the undesirable tissues. The cryosurgery techniques is a minimal invasive techniques applied in various clinical aspects. The cryosurgery techniques has advantages over the normal surgical procedures. It has high cure rate in some disease states. Development of the cryosurgery is in slow manner due to the lack of clear knowledge of the techniques. The Cryosurgery has to be expanded to the all the clinical aspects with better understanding and better curing of the diseases.
Fleming Richard M, Fleming Matthew R, Dooley William C
Global Journal of Cancer Therapy, Volume 6, pp 004-006; doi:10.17352/2581-5407.000027

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Clinical efforts to diagnostically evaluate women-and men-with breast cancer have resulted in various degrees of success.
Liu Hengrui
Global Journal of Cancer Therapy, Volume 6, pp 001-003; doi:10.17352/2581-5407.000026

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Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers and the second most frequent cause of cancer death among women worldwide. Recently, potential links between cancer and the calcium mobilizing messenger Nicotinic Acid Adenine Dinucleotide Phosphate (NAADP) and its intracellular target Two-Pore Channels (TPCs) have been identified.
Sk Shaz
Global Journal of Cancer Therapy, Volume 5, pp 012-015; doi:10.17352/2581-5407.000025

A Niedzwiecki, Mw Roomi, B Bhanap, M Rath
Global Journal of Cancer Therapy, Volume 5, pp 007-011; doi:10.17352/2581-5407.000024

Butun Burcu, Oguzhan Karaosmanoglu, Burcu Butun, Hakan Dal, Hulya Sivas, Kadriye Benkli
Global Journal of Cancer Therapy, Volume 5, pp 001-006; doi:10.17352/gjct.000023

T Shirakawa
Global Journal of Cancer Therapy, Volume 4, pp 001-003; doi:10.17352/2581-5407.000022

Pericles Rios Auad, M Tobias-Machado, V Corona, I Silva, Neves O De Castro, Auad Pericles Rios
Global Journal of Cancer Therapy, Volume 3, pp 034-037; doi:10.17352/gjct.000021

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