Oncotarget: Introducing New Ways to Treat Cancer

Developed by Mikhail Blagosklonny and Andrei Gudkov, Oncotarget is known as the world’s most reliable and trustworthy online medical journal. The two established the publication in 2010, and in just a short period, Oncotarget became widely read around the world, and it has become popular, especially among scientists who are gathering data for their research. The interface of Oncotarget is similar to those simple websites with a lot of texts, and people will experience the user-friendly interface offered by the online medical journal. Mikhail Blagosklonny and Andrei Gudkov are encouraging a lot of people to read the online medical journal. They stated that people who are reading the online medical journal would gather and develop more information about the importance of studying oncology and what the future of the study beholds. Follow Oncotarget on Twitter.

Recently, Oncotarget released a story about a new cancer treatment that is proven to be effective. According to the reports, there was an experiment conducted at the Norris Cotton Cancer Center in Dartmouth which can lead to the development of the most effective cancer treatment yet. During the experiment, a patient with cancer was taken to a laboratory, and a series of test was conducted. The Norris Cotton Cancer Center used a specialized device able to detect the cancer cells from the healthy ones. Soon after, these cancer cells are being exterminated one after another, leaving the healthy cells alone. The remaining cancer cells will be eliminated by white blood cells later on, and every remaining trace of cancer cells will never be seen. Scientists are claiming that this new treatment method can be the future of cancer treatment. The experiment and the details about it are all uploaded to Oncotarget, and because of the discovery made by the Norris Cotton Cancer Center, many scientists are trying to replicate what they have done. Check Oncotarget journal at scimagojr.com

 

Oncotarget keeps on releasing articles twice a week, hoping that more people will be informed. Oncotarget recently sent four scientists to an event in Singapore where they would be speaking with the public and informing them about the latest developments in fighting cancer.

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