Special Issue Title:

Exploration of New Targets, Risk Factors and Clinical Basis for Comprehensive Treatment of Gynecological Tumors

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2022

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    Kun Fang, MDE-MailWebsite

    Department of Surgery, Yinchuan Maternal and Child Health Hospital, Yinchuan, China

    Interests: Tumor Epigenetic and Mechanism Research of Woman

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,


Gynecological tumors, including cervical cancer, endometrial cancer, ovarian cancer, breast cancer, etc., pose a serious threat to women's life and health. These tumors are always accompanied by abnormal activation of proto-oncogenes and marked silencing of tumor suppressor genes. With the development of next-generation sequencing technology, more and more tumor molecular features have been identified and characterized. Informatics and related studies have also uncovered novel tumor signatures for revealing tumor heterogeneity and response to chemotherapy and immunotherapy, ranging from the immune microenvironment associated with metabolic reprogramming and interconnectedness with programmed cell death. Due to the limitations of diagnostic techniques, most tumors are found in the middle and late stages, missing the best time for surgery. Therefore, carrying out basic and clinical research on potential targets of gynecological tumors, including breast tumors, is of great significance for exploring carcinogenic risks, potential metastatic factors, revealing etiology, and precise treatment. Various optimized combinations of tumor treatment are also a good way to improve prognosis, so including but not limited to clinical basic research on comprehensive treatment of traditional Chinese and Western medicine, compatibility of targeted and chemotherapy drugs, and various exploratory studies to identify treatment responses,which have epoch-making significance for improving tumor patients.


Kun Fang, MD

Guest Editor

Keywords

Gynecological Tumors; Breast Cancer; Epigenomics; Network Pharmacology; Meta Analysis

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