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    biology Review Lymphotropic Viruses Chronic Inflammation and Induction of Cancers Edward W. Harhaj 1 and Noula Shembade 2 1 Department of Microbiology and Immunology Penn State College of Medicine Hershey PA 17033 USA ewh110 psu.edu 2 Department of Microbiology and Immunology Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center Miller School of Medicine University of

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    cancers Article High M MDSC Percentage as a Negative Prognostic Factor in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia Michał Zarobkiewicz 1 Wioleta Kowalska 1 Sylwia Chocholska 2 Waldemar Tomczak 2 Agata Szymanska´ 3 Izabela Morawska 1 Agnieszka Wojciechowska 4 and Agnieszka Bojarska Junak 1 1 Department of Clinical Immunology Medical University of Lublin 20 093 Lublin

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    Cancers 2019 11 4 450. Cancers 2019 11 1 38. Cancers 2019 11 7 1033. Each winner corresponding author will receive 500 CHF and a chance to publish a paper free of charge in Cancers in 2021 after the normal peer review procedure. Please join us in congratulating the winners of Cancers 2019 Best Paper Awards.

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    cancers Review Targeting Wnt Signaling for Gastrointestinal Cancer Therapy Present and Evolving Views Moon Jong Kim 1 y Yuanjian Huang 1 y and Jae Il Park 1 2 3 1 Department of Experimental Radiation Oncology The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Houston TX 77030 USA mkim312 mdanderson M.J.K. yhuang14 mdanderson Y.H.

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    management of different types of cancers including HCC 13–15 early diagnosis 16 17 detection of minimal residual disease 18 decision making for systemic therapies 19 20 or even to decipher complex biological traits of cancers 21–24 . This technology offers a

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    Induction of Cancers Edward W. Harhaj 1 and Noula Shembade 2 1 Department of Microbiology and Immunology Penn State College of Medicine Hershey PA 17033 USA ewh110 psu.edu 2 Department of Microbiology and Immunology Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center Miller School of Medicine University of Miami Miami FL 33136 USA

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    Cancers 2020 12 2390 2 of 20 the first site of relapse show that bone metastases commonly involve luminal subtypes ER /HER2 58.52 and in ER /HER2 subtype 47.28 of incidence 6 . The ER /HER2 subtype has a higher proportion of liver metastases 31.72 while the triple negative TN subtype is more a ected by lung

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    cancers Article Genomic and Functional Regulation of TRIB1 Contributes to Prostate Cancer Pathogenesis Parastoo Shahrouzi 1 Ianire Astobiza 1 2 Ana R. Cortazar 1 2 Verónica Torrano 1 2 3 Alice Macchia 1 Juana M. Flores 4 Chiara Niespolo 5 Isabel Mendizabal 1 Ruben Caloto 2 6 Amaia Ercilla 1 2 Laura Camacho 1 3 Leire Arreal 1 Maider Bizkarguenaga 1 Maria L. Martinez Chantar

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    Cancers2021 13 57.https //dx.doi/10.3390/cancershttps //mdpi/journal/cancers. Cancers2021 13 57 2 of 13. Keywords oropharyngeal cancer head and neck machine learning XGBoost radiomics. 1. Introduction. Resectable oropharyngeal cancers can be treated either by definitive chemoradiother

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    cancers Review CDK4/6 Inhibitors in Hormone Receptor Positive Metastatic Breast Cancer Current Practice and Knowledge Debora de Melo Gagliato 1 Antonio C Buzaid 1 2 Jose Manuel Perez Garcia 3 Antonio Llombart 3 and Javier Cortes 4 5 1 Centro Oncológico Antonio Ermírio de Moraes Beneficência Portuguesa de São Paulo São Paulo Brazil dgagliato gmail D.d.M.G

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    metabolism are further implicated in phenotypic changes observed in cancers. These discoveries have been driven by advances in imaging technologies. This review provides an overview of intra and extracellular pH alterations in time and space reflected in cancer cells as well as the available technology to study pH spatiotemporal heterogeneity.