Featured article: What is new in Genitourinary Pathology?
To mark the one year anniversary of the launch of Applied Cancer Research, we are highlighting some of the top read articles from the journal's earliest publications. In this review article, Athanazio and Trpkov provide a summary of the highlights and changes in genitourinary pathology introduced by the 2016 WHO blue book, and discuss some recent developments that may impact the practice of genitourinary pathology in the near future.
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The publication costs for Applied Cancer Research are currently covered by AC Camargo Cancer Center and therefore no fees for article processing will be charged to authors whose articles are accepted for publication in the journal.
Applied Cancer Research, formerly Acta Oncológica Brasileira, was founded in 1975 and transferred to BioMed Central in 2016. An electronic archive of articles published until 2015 can be found here.
Aims and scope
Applied Cancer Research is an open access, peer-reviewed journal focused on clinical, surgical and translational research in the field of oncology. The journal considers for publication original articles addressing genetics, pathology, diagnosis, treatment, patient care, and epidemiology.
As a multidisciplinary journal, Applied Cancer Research aims to be a forum for exchanging relevant information among researchers, health care practitioners and health policy makers, helping them enhance prevention and decrease mortality rates from malignant diseases, improve the management of patients afflicted by them and the quality of life of people during and after treatment.
About the Editor-in-Chief
José Vassallo is Professor of Oncology and consultant in Hematopathology at A. C. Camargo Cancer Center and Professor of Pathology at University of Campinas, Brazil. He received his PhD from University of Münster, Germany; postdoctoral fellowships from University Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier and University of Paris VIII, both in France, as well as from German Cancer Center Research, in Heidelberg. As a researcher, his work has focused on tumoral microenvironment, tumoral immunology, molecular pathology of neoplasia, and oncovirus. See full Editorial Board.
Founded in Sao Paulo in 1953, A. C. Camargo Cancer Center is currently the largest cancer hospital in Latin America as well as a distinguished research and teaching center in oncology. For more info, please visit the institution's website.
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