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Conversion therapy for cancer and its imagery monitoring

Submission deadline: 31 December 2022
Special Issue Editors
Yu Guo
The First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-Sen University
Interests: Targeted Nanomedicine; Molecular Imaging; Cancer Molecular Biology; Treatment of Liver Cancer; Individualized Therapy for Cancer
Shunli Shen
The First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-Sen University
Interests: Basic and clinical research of liver cancer; Cancer Molecular Biology; Cancer Immunotherapy; Cancer targeted therapy
Ruo-Mi Guo
The Third Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-Sen University
Interests: Molecular Imaging; Radiological Diagnosis; Functional MRI; In vivo Tracking of Tumor or Stem Cell Treatment
Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

In recent years, there has been an increasing demand for the therapeutic efficacy of previous single tumor treatment techniques such as surgery, interventional therapy, radiotherapy, chemotherapy and immunotherapy. In order to achieve a better outcome or to cure previously unresectable tumors, doctors now try to design conversion treatment plans based on individual characteristics of patients in clinical practice. Conversion therapy might achieve previously unimaginable good results. The exploration of conversion therapy is accompanied by a large number of attempts to develop new medicines (e.g. new nanomedicines, immunological agents, targeted agents), new techniques and devices (e.g. surgery, radiotherapy, interventional therapy), and individualized treatment schemes (e.g. sequencing technology). At the same time, there is a higher demand for the effectiveness of radiological examination during conversion therapy. The development in this field, including new molecular imaging techniques, new nano-contrast agents, and new MRI functional imaging methods, has also made great strides.

We warmly welcome research results in the fields as described above concerning diagnostic & therapeutic oncology and drug development.

Prof. Dr. Yu Guo, Prof. Dr. Shunli Shen and Prof. Dr. Ruo-Mi Guo

Guest Editors

Keywords
Cancer Conversion Therapy
Anticancer Drug Development
Interventional Therapy
Molecular Functional Imaging
Individualized Therapy
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