SN Oncology Portfolio

We are pleased to share with you here an overview of the academic oncology journals within the Springer Nature portfolio.

You will find highlights of the research we have published on the Featured page, and current special issues and collections on the Collections page.

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This set of articles features some of our recent review content. Spanning a broad spectrum of cancer research, from underlying biology, therapeutic management and clinical care, to survivorship, we hope you enjoy browsing these articles.

Debris-stimulated tumor growth: a Pandora’s box?, Haak, V.M., Huang, S. & Panigrahy, D., Cancer and Metastasis Reviews

Noncoding RNAs link metabolic reprogramming to immune microenvironment in cancers, Zhang, Y., Mao, Q., Xia, Q. et al.Journal of Hematology & Oncology

Optimizing the treatment of acute lymphoblastic leukemia in younger and older adults: new drugs and evolving paradigms, Short, N.J., Kantarjian, H. & Jabbour, E., Leukemia

Cell-free DNA analysis in current cancer clinical trials: a review, Cisneros-Villanueva, M., Hidalgo-Pérez, L., Rios-Romero, M. et al., British Journal of Cancer

A new classification of cardio-oncology syndromes, de Boer, R.A., Aboumsallem, J.P., Bracun, V. et al., Cardio-Oncology

Bruton’s tyrosine kinase: an emerging targeted therapy in myeloid cells within the tumor microenvironment, Good, L., Benner, B. & Carson, Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy

Mitophagy in carcinogenesis, drug resistance and anticancer therapeutics, Guan, Y., Wang, Y., Li, B. et al., Cancer Cell International

Mechanical Pressure Driving Proteoglycan Expression in Mammographic Density: a Self-perpetuating Cycle? Reye, G., Huang, X., Haupt, L.M. et al.Journal of Mammary Gland Biology and Neoplasia

ESR1 mutation as an emerging clinical biomarker in metastatic hormone receptor-positive breast cancer, Brett, J.O., Spring, L.M., Bardia, A. et al., Breast Cancer Research

Catching viral breast cancer, Lawson, J.S., Glenn, W.K., Infectious Agents and Cancer