Cancer is a class of diseases characterized by out-of-control cell growth. There are over manifold types of cancer, and each is classified by the type of cell that is initially affected. Cancer science aims to represent research that has a significant clinical impact on oncologists that may alter the disease concept of a tumor.
Archives of Cancer Science and Therapy publishes thoroughly peer-reviewed manuscripts to enhance worldwide research and understanding of cancer in order to find and develop better, more effective treatments.
Archives of Cancer Science and Therapy is devoted to cancer prevention through support of individual researchers, doctors, authors and collaborative research teams.
In this progressively developing world, cancer will affect one in three people at some stage in their life. That is why it is vitally important that worldwide cancer research on cutting edge projects continues so that new treatments can be developed for the next generation. The dream of being able to eradicate cancer is still a very distant prospect, but nevertheless partial victories can be achieved with rigorous ongoing researches.
Hence, with a mission of suppressing desolation of cancer, Archives of Cancer Science and Therapy commenced publishing manuscripts that can emphasize prevention and early detection research.
Archives of Cancer Science and Therapy also seeks to publish manuscripts focusing areas of the cancer continuum beyond disease treatment, including long-term and late effects of treatment that often plague cancer survivors.
The foremost aim of Archives of Cancer Science and Therapy is to nurture and publish effective cancer management approaches enabling patients with diverse cancer types to survive for many years with a good quality of life.
Archives of Cancer Science and Therapy seeks to publish manuscripts that can expand understanding of the factors influencing cancer risk and progression.
Archives of Cancer Science and Therapy also strives to publish stuff on growing area of cancer research such as cancer immunoprevention i.e. harnessing the body’s ability to heal and protect itself from cancer-causing agents.
The scope of Archives of Cancer Science and Therapy hinges on publishing broad spectrum of cancer prevention and treatment research activities, focusing new research methods to conduct cancer intervention trials and serve as a training module for the next generation of cancer researchers. With a mission to expand and deepen understanding on the jeopardy of cancer, Archives of Cancer Science and Therapy urges the healthcare professionals, therapists, researchers and authors to develop manuscripts and send to us for publication in the following, but not limited to disciplines: