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Research Article

Higher Value of Skeletal Muscle Index are Associated with Lower Neoadjuvant Rectal Score in Patients Treated with Concurrent Neoadjuvant Chemoradiotherapy

Authors: Zhelev K, Conev N*, Petrova М, Zahariev Z, Ruseva R, Kraleva P, Mihaylova-Hristova M, Mihaylova I and Donev I

  
  
  

Research Article

CXCR4 is Involved in the Regulation of the Functions of c-Src in RCC Development

Authors: Yan R#, Pang Q#, Chen J#, Shi J*, Gan X* and Wang L*

  
  
  

Research Article

PRPF8 Expression is an Independent Predictor for Poor Prognosis in Patients with Kidney Renalclear Cell Carcinoma

Authors: Zhu D#, Qiqi Z#, Qi J, Sima M, Li C, Li Y, Li Z, Wang T* and Lv C*

  
  
  

Research Article

Montelukast Performs Synergistic Effect with Carfilzomib in Multiple Myeloma by Inhibiting the Deubiquitinase UCHL1

Authors: Yu W, Wei W, Peng R, Chen H, Zhou N, Wu L, Shi H, Chen X, Wang D, Wei J, Zhao W and Zhou F*

  
  
  

Original Article

In-Silico Modelling and Analysis of the Effect of Immusante on Immune System and Cancer Pathology

Authors: Garg A, Lomore K, Gangwar V, Korla K, Bhat SS, Rao RP, Rafiq M, Kumawat R, Babu UV and Venkatesh KV*

  
  
  

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Austin Journal of Cancer and Clinical Research is an open access, peer reviewed, scholarly journal dedicated to publish articles in all areas of cancer research and oncology. The aim of the journal is to provide a forum for oncologists, researchers, physicians, and other health professionals to find most recent advances in the areas of cancer research.

Austin Journal of Cancer and Clinical Research accepts original research articles, review articles, case reports, clinical images and rapid communication on all the aspects of diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
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The Utility of a Robotic Stereotactic Radiation Treatment System to Treat Primary and Metastatic Liver Tumors

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