About the book
Recently, there is growing awareness of the importance of identifying conditions that can contribute to translational cancer research. Translational research moves in a bidirectional manner from one type of research to another; from basic research to patient-oriented research, to population-based research, and involves collaboration among scientists from multiple disciplines. A need for performance improvement is also a priority in order to reduce the time taken to translate successful innovations from the laboratory into the clinic, and to deliver observations made in clinical studies back to the laboratory for further investigation or for new biology discoveries. Since translational research established itself as a bridge between basic research and clinical practice, its application spread beyond cancer to disease in general.
This book will include topics of epidemiology, biomarkers, tumor markers, disease prevalence, treatment outcomes, imaging, radiation therapy metastases, systemic chemotherapy of HCC, OSCC and cancer Cervix.