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EB Rex Cheung

Dr. Min Rex Cheung
Independent Researcher, USA



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Papillary Thyroid Cancer in Subjects Who Were Children at the time of the Chernobyl Nuclear Accident: Some Lessons for The Management of Fukushima’s Aftermaths

Radiation exposure to the thyroid during childhood is the most clearly defined environmental risk factor associated with malignant thyroid tumours. The risk of thyroid cancer following irradiation is related to radiation dose and age (greater for children exposed early in life), and the risk persists throughout life.


Radiation and Immunotherapy Extended Life in a Patient Who Failed Chemotherapy and Immunotherapy Trials: Implications of Radiation Abscopal Effect

Stage IV bladder cancer has been previously noted to have poor survival outcomes. The current standard of care is focused on systemic therapy with radiation only being utilized for the management of painful osseous metastases and controlling other symptoms.


A PsychoNeuroEndocrineImmune (PNEI) Approach to Enhance the Efficacy of Radiochemotherapy in Glioblastoma

GBM would represent perhaps the only tumor, whose prognosis had achieved no evident benefits in terms of survival from the main oncological therapies, including chemotherapy, immunotherapy and anti-angiogenic treatments.

Journal Highlights

• Pediatric Oncology
Benign Tumors
• Cancer prevention
• Molecular biology
• Recent developments in tumor therapy
• Radiation oncology
• Apoptosis
• Oncogenes
• Angiogenesis
• Metastasis
• Cancer image and
   interventional diagnosis and therapy
• Tumor markers
• Radiotherapy and biotherapy
• Veterinary and Comparative Oncology
• Clinical Trials in Oncology
• Cancer Nanotechnology

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