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Advances in Cancer Research provides invaluable information on the exciting and fast-moving field of cancer research. Here once again, outstanding and original reviews are presented. Key Features * New Paradigms for the Treatment of Cancer: The Role of Anti-aiogenesis Agents * The Hepatocyte Growth Factor/Met Pathway in Development, Tumorigenesis, and B-Cell Differentiation * Clinical Targets for Anti-metastasis Therapy * Animal Models of Melanoma: Recent Advances and Future Prospects * The Indispensable Role of Microenvironment in the Natural History of Low-Grade B-Cell Neoplasms * Epstein-Barr Virus Latency: LMP2, a Regulator or Means for Epstein-Barr Birus * Biochemistry and Pathological Importance of Mucin-Associated Antigens in Gastrointenstinal Neoplasia * Studies on Polyomavirus Persistence and Polyomavirus-Induced Tumor Development in Relation to the Immune System
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George F. Vande Woude is a scientist and former director at Van Andel Research Institute in Michigan studying breast cancer.
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