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Basic, translational and clinical research

Cancer is a group of diseases driven by inherently nanostructural problems. As such, there are obvious benefits to treatments employing nanoscale structures and processes. Cancer Nanotechnology aims to provide a forum so that the most promising emerging themes should be pre-eminent in the minds of researchers working in one—or, indeed, both—of the disciplines of cancer research or nanotechnology.
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Special article collections

Cancer Nanotechnology publishes special article collections on specific topics. Be sure to take a look at the list of collections we have so far by clicking the link above. 

We welcome further submissions to these collections. 

Alternatively, maybe you have a suggestion for a special collection of your own that you would like to edit. We'd love to hear from you if so!

Articles

  1. Authors: Andreanne G. Vasconcelos, Ana Luisa A. N. Barros, Wanessa F. Cabral, Daniel C. Moreira, Ingrid Gracielle M. da Silva, Amandda É. Silva-Carvalho, Miguel P. de Almeida, Lucas F. F. Albuquerque, Raimunda C. dos Santos, Ana Karolinne S. Brito, Felipe Saldanha-Araújo, Daniel D. R. Arcanjo, Maria do Carmo C. Martins, Tatiana K. dos S. Borges, Sônia N. Báo, Alexandra Plácido…

    Content type: Research

  1. Authors: Kaspar Haume, Soraia Rosa, Sophie Grellet, Małgorzata A. Śmiałek, Karl T. Butterworth, Andrey V. Solov’yov, Kevin M. Prise, Jon Golding and Nigel J. Mason

    Content type: Review

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