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AACR introduces Cancer Prevention Research
Date:12/4/2007

team of editors and staff who have devoted their time and expertise to launching this important new vehicle for scientific discovery in a field that holds tremendous potential for saving lives.

This new journal will join our established interdisciplinary journal, Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, and our annual Frontiers in Cancer Prevention Research meeting as part of the AACRs comprehensive approach to cancer prevention, Hait added.

Scientific articles published in Cancer Prevention Research will fall into four primary research categories, each with a unique role in the study of cancer prevention: oncogenesis, intervention, risk assessment and early detection. Oncogenesis studies include those that cover the origins of cancer development and the cellular mechanisms that could prevent cancer growth. In addition to translational clinical studies, intervention articles will include, for example, preclinical studies on the molecular mechanisms of potential preventative agents or animal studies of new preventive drugs or nutritional interventions. According to Lippman, the field is trending strongly toward these types of preclinical studies to validate rationales before launching definitive randomized controlled clinical trials in humans.

The sections on risk assessment and early detection will include work in presymptomatic disease to prevent the clinical consequences of cancer. Through articles on leading-edge molecular biomarker research, these sections will join the identification of high cancer risk with very early detection of cancer. These sections also will highlight the growing interface between cancer prevention and cancer therapy and the emphasis of Cancer Prevention Research on communicating discoveries that cross the gap between the basic and clinical sciences of cancer prevention, Lippman said.

This announcement coincides with the AACRs Sixth Annual International Conference on Frontiers in Cancer Pr
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Contact: Greg Lester
greg.lester@aacr.org
267-646-0554
American Association for Cancer Research
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