Special Issue Introduction
Journal of Clinical & Experimental Oncology takes pride in announcing a Special Issue on the “Screening and early detection of cancer; the good, the bad, and the ugly.” that would aim to provide the most complete and reliable source of information on strategies in improving the survival ratio. By presenting new approaches in the cancer screening, including protocols, new devices dedicated to improve performing of Cancer Screening and management of patient suffering from several types of cancers, the special issue aims to highlights the importance of screening by demonstrating the good, bad and the ugly part of screening with examples.
The special issue titled “Screening and early detection of cancer; the good, the bad, and the ugly” invites researchers, practitioners, academicians, scholars and practitioners to present cases that would exemplify how and why the cancer screening can be good when presented early, bad if it is ignored and the worst when detected at an advanced stage.
The special issue aims to project a wide range of topics that include, but not limited to:
Cancer Screening & Diagnosis
Special Issue entitled " Screening and early detection of cancer; the good, the bad, and the ugly " has been edited by:
Michael W Retsky, Harvard School of Public Health, USA
Last Date for Submission: August 15th, 2017