Molecular Cancer | Home page - <p><table><tr><td><p><i>Molecular Cancer </i>is an open access, peer-reviewed journal interested in attracting high-quality original research and reviews that present or highlight significant advances in all areas of cancer and related biomedical science.<br/><br/><i>Molecular Cancer </i>provides an important forum for exciting findings in cancer-related research, presenting an unparalleled opportunity to communicate information to specialists and the public. </p><p><i>Molecular Cancer</i> is interested in articles from basic, translational and clinical research. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: tumor biology, angiogenesis, animal models, metastasis, cancer antigens and the immune response to them, cellular signaling and molecular biology, epidemiology, genetic and molecular profiling of cancer targets, cancer stem cells, DNA damage and repair, cell cycle, apoptosis, virology and vaccine- and antibody-based cancer therapies.</p></td></tr></table></p>
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