Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology

Volume 14, No 7 July 2017

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Tumour-associated macrophages as treatment targets in oncology

Alberto Mantovani, Federica Marchesi, Alberto Malesci, Luigi Laghi & Paola Allavena

Tumour-associated macrophages (TAMs) are key drivers of tumour-promoting inflammation and cancer progression, and are important determinants of responsiveness to a range of therapies. Herein, the authors summarize the roles of TAMs in cancer, and discuss the potential of TAM-targeted therapeutic strategies to complement and synergize with other anticancer treatments.

Current Issue

Featured article

Advances in the molecular genetics of gliomas — implications for classification and therapy

Guido Reifenberger, Hans-Georg Wirsching, Christiane B. Knobbe-Thomsen & Michael Weller

In 2016, a revised WHO classification of glioma was published, in which molecular data and traditional histological information are incorporated into integrated diagnoses. Herein, the authors highlight the developments in our understanding of the molecular genetics of gliomas that underlie this classification, and review the current landscape of molecular biomarkers used in the classification of disease subtypes. In addition, they discuss how these advances can promote the development of novel pathogenesis-based therapeutic approaches, paving the way to precision medicine.

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Review

Integrating liquid biopsies into the management of cancer

Giulia Siravegna, Silvia Marsoni, Salvatore Siena & Alberto Bardelli

Analysis of circulating tumour components using liquid biopsy approaches holds considerable promise to improve the detection and treatment of cancer. In this Review, Alberto Bardelli and colleagues outline how different forms of liquid biopsy, and particularly the assessment of circulating tumour DNA, can be exploited to guide patient care, and discuss the progress made to date in integrating such analyses into the clinic.

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The European School of Oncology (ESO) in partnership with Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology is pleased to announce an e-ESO session on "New trends in lymphoedema prevention and surgical treatment options". This topic will be discussed by Sinikka Suominen during a live webcast on Thursday 29th June 17:15–18:00 UK time. Online participants will be able to submit questions.

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CONFERENCES

Click here to find out what's on the clinical oncology conference circuit and which meetings will be attended by Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology.

Web collection on Cancer genomics – from bench to bedside

The advent of massively parallel sequencing technologies has driven the analysis of cancer genomes at an unprecedented resolution. This collection provides a comprehensive bench-to-bedside overview of cancer genomics.

KEY ADVANCES IN MEDICINE

The world of medicine is fast-paced and ever-changing; the Key Advances in Medicine eBook is bursting with information for medical students, physicians and clinical researchers wishing to keep up with the most significant medical breakthroughs of the past year.
This eBook, which is free to download for registered users, contains 46 articles summarizing the key clinical studies published in 2014 and highlighting the trends to watch out for in 2015. The articles are written by international experts who identify the top ground-breaking research papers within their speciality. Between them, the authors summarise more than 180 key papers from journals such as The New England Journal of Medicine and The Lancet, across eight medical specialities.
Key Advances in Medicine, a product from the clinical Nature Reviews journals, is a vital resource for anyone interested in the most relevant biomedical and clinical developments of 2014.

A decade in medicine eBook

The past 10 years has seen great advances in the understanding and treatment of human disease. For expert perspectives on the most important breakthroughs, don't miss the A Decade in Medicine eBook. In this special collection of 47 articles—commissioned to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the launch of the clinical Nature Reviews journals—leading experts highlight the most important advances in eight medical specialties between 2004 and 2015, and comment on future developments in their fields. The A Decade in Medicine eBook is FREE to download for registered users.

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MUSE (microscopy with UV surface excitation) image of fixed, unsectioned breast tissue showing a partially opened duct surrounded by stromal collagen and elastin. Cover image supplied by Richard Levenson, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of California Davis Medical Center at Sacramento, California, USA.

POSTER on Breast cancer

Breast cancer consists of many diseases that can be subdivided into different intrinsic subtypes according to genetic profiles, and this information is rapidly changing treatment decisions and personalized medicine. The latest developments in our genetic understanding of the intrinsic subtypes of breast cancer are highlighted in this poster, which is produced with support from NanoString® Technologies, Inc.

Focus issue on paediatric cancer

In the West, childhood cancers are associated with a very high level of treatment success, with many childhood survivors reaching adulthood. Nevertheless, progress in the field of paediatric oncology has lagged behind that of adult malignancies. Treating children with cancer brings into play a number of issues not typically experienced with adult patients, such as performing surgery near growing structures. This focus issue aims to look at a number of the key issues, and the cutting-edge research, surrounding treating arguably our most vulnerable patients.

Focus issue on 10th anniversary

November 2014 marks the 10th anniversary of Nature Reviews Clinical Oncology. To celebrate this milestone, we have commissioned a collection of articles to summarize the major advances in clinical oncology over the past decade. These articles, together with a special infographic, provide an authoritative snapshot of clinical oncology in 2014, and how the field might progress over the next 10 years.

Focus issue on prostate cancer

Don't miss our recent Focus issue on prostate cancer, which covers low-risk disease, management of high-risk disease, multiparametric MRI for detection, staging and treatment planning, considerations for treating elderly men with prostate cancer, and more...

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