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    The incurability of metastatic cancer is currently an unmet clinical need which needs to be addressed. This Special Issue on Metastasis highlights the ongoing challenges in the field and research being undertaken to more thoroughly understand models of metastasis, disrupt the metastatic cascade, and improve treatment outcomes for patients.

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    AI Applied to Cancer Special Issue

    Key issues in optimum cancer management and prevention may be greatly aided by artificial intelligence (AI), particularly deep learning and reinforcement learning methods. This AI Applied to Cancer collection provides a collection of articles and commissioned content highlighting the state-of-the-art available AI models and techniques, limitations related to the AI applications in a clinical setup

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Metastasis

Metastasis

The incurability of metastatic cancer is currently an unmet clinical need which needs to be addressed. This Special Issue on Metastasis highlights the ongoing challenges in the field and research being undertaken to more thoroughly understand models of metastasis, disrupt the metastatic cascade, and improve treatment outcomes for patients. Curated by Suzanne Fuqua (Baylor College of Medicine, USA), the Special Issue contains a selection of articles and commissioned content from leading researchers, to present a broad-scope view of current research focal points and explore future directions of cancer metastasis.
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