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Published : 12th December 2019
Authors : Zhitao Dai1, Cui Yang2,3, Wei Jiang1, Man Zhao1, Weigang Hu2,3, and Hua Ren1*
Citation : Ren H. (2019). The Impact of Normalization Isodose Line (NIDL) on Dose Distribution in Intracranial Tumors Treated with CyberKnife. Mathews J Cancer Sci. 4(2): 23.
Published : 11th December 2019
Author : Chang-Ming Charlie Ma
Citation : Ma CM. (2019). Physics and Dosimetric Principles of SRS and SBRT. Mathews J Cancer Sci. 4(2): 22
Published : 01st November 2019
Authors : Bin Wang1,2, Jianhua Ren3, Peng Zhang4, Dusica Cvetkovic1, Xiaoming Chen1, Lili Chen1, and Chang-Ming Charlie Ma1
Citation : Ma CM. (2019). An In-Vivo Study on Pulsed Low-Dose-Rate Radiotherapy for Prostate Cancer. Mathews J Cancer Sci. 4(2): 21.
Published : 17th June 2019
Authors : Reger R. Mikaeel1,2,3,4 , Timothy J. Price1,3, Eric Smith1,5, Paul A. Drew5, Wendy Uylaki1,6, Mehgan Horsnell1, Joanne P. Young1,2,3
Citation : Mikaeel RR. (2019). Colorectal Cancer in Australian Young Adults. Mathews J Cancer Sci. 4(1): 18
Published : 17th March 2019
Authors : Jiancang Wang*, Feifan Du, Ming Su, Xiting Guo, Haixia Tian, Yanxia Song, Liya shang, Wei Zheng, Xiaoge Yang
Citation : Wang J. (2019). Cytomegalovirus Retinitis in a 4-Year-Old Child with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia: Treatment and Prognosis. Mathews J Cancer Sci. 4(1): 17
Published : 30th November 2018
Authors : Yang Yang1,3, Olagoke Zacchaeus Olatunde2 , Jianping Yong1 *, Canzhong Lu1,2*
Citation : Yang Y, Olatunde OZ, Yong J and Lu C. (2018). Progress of Chemical Components and Biological Activities of Lonicera Maackii. Mathews J Cancer Sci. 3(1): 016.
Published : 12th November 2018
Authors : Mahdis Solhjoo1*,Alireza Rastgoo Haghi2,Nasim Golchin3,Negar Golchin4,Roham Shahbazi2
Citation : Solhjoo M, Haghi AR, Golchin N, Golchin N, et al. (2018). Expression of E-cadherin and Ki-67 in Gastric Cancer Patients and Cor- relation with Clinicopathological Factors.Mathews J Cancer Sci. 3(1): 015
Published : 18th September 2018
Author : Jussara Maria Gonçalves1 *
Citation : Gonçalves JM. (2018). Cancer Stem Cells: Current Challenge in Cancer Treatment and Important Prognosis Factor.Mathews J Cancer Sci. 3(1): e001
Published : 26th February 2018
Author : Dennis Stamp1*
Citation : Stamp D. (2018). Suggested Model to Induce Esophageal Cancer and Its Precursor Lesions in the Esophagus of Rats. Mathews J Cancer Sci. 3(1): 014.