- Presents translational research and its application in gastric cancer
- Describes four promising fields of cancer treatment
- Discusses cases
This book offers essential information on basic and translational research in gastric cancer, while also illustrating potential opportunities for its application in clinical practice. Gastric cancer is the fourth-most-common cancer globally and the second-leading cause of cancer deaths. It isknown to be a heterogeneous disease with varied responses to “one-size-fits-all” treatments. Expanding our knowledge of cancer cell genetics may help us to explore more effective treatments in gastric cancer. The research on molecular mechanisms and its clinical applications, bothpresented here, will help readers gain an in-depth understanding of gastric cancer and its effective treatment.
The book’s four sections cover personalized medicine, precise regional therapy, immunotherapy and nanomedicine in gastric cancer. Each part presents the state of art, recent advances and the authors’ experiences. Moreover, several interesting cases are described to demonstrate howgastric cancer patients benefit from translational research. This informative and attractively presented book on precision treatment in gastric cancer, including experimental findings and clinical treatment options, offers a valuable resource for oncologists and graduate students working in thefield of gastric cancer.
Jia Wei, MD, PhD, is an associate professor at Nanjing University and the vice director of Clinical Cancer Institute of Nanjing University. She is now working as an oncologist in the Comprehensive Cancer Center, Affiliated Drum Tower Hospital to Medical School of Nanjing University.
Baorui Liu, MD, PhD, is a professor at Nanjing University and director of the Clinical Cancer Institute of Nanjing University. He is also the director of the Comprehensive Cancer Center of Drum Tower Hospital.