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July-December 2020| Vol 3| Issue 2

Editorial

Androgen receptor: A new player in triple negative breast cancer management

Breast cancer is a diverse group of diseases, comprising entities with distinct morphological appearances and clinical behaviors. It has traditionally been classified based on the status of estrogen...


Original Article

Can a low-energy photon beam be suitable for the treatment of cervical malignancies? A dosimetric analysis

Background: Radiotherapy to a patient with cervical cancer can be delivered by four-field “box technique” with a benefit of much less dose to intervening tissues along with a better...


Original Article

Indeterminate pulmonary nodules among patients with new diagnosis of colorectal cancer: Prevalence and significance assessment

Background: In Saudi Arabia, colorectal cancer (CRC) accounts for 11.5% of cancer incidence, where nearly one-third is metastatic. Global guidelines recommend accurate pretreatment staging to d...


Review Article

Biomarkers in colon cancer and its clinical implications

Colorectal cancers have been a major burden in our society, with nearly 20,000 deaths in a year. Most of the patients are diagnosed with metastatic disease at presentation and have shorter survival de...


Review Article

Multiple myeloma: an update

Survival of patients with multiple myeloma has increased significantly during the past two decades. This has been attributed to a better understanding of biology, the introduction of novel agents (imm...


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Journal of Current Oncology, a publication of Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research Center (RGCI&RC) a unit of Indraprastha Cancer Society & Research Center, is a peer-reviewed print + online Semiannual journal.

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