Oncotarget: Cancer Information Dissemination

Millions of people have already perished because of cancer. The disease has no cure, and scientists around the world are working together to discover the cure for the disease which claimed the lives of millions since the ancient times. Scientists are trying to test different treatments and techniques, hoping that one day, they will discover the right ingredient on how to stop the disease from developing and killing off the tumor that causes the disease to advance. Follow Oncotarget on Twitter. The discoveries of the scientists around the world are published online, and the most popular platform available today is Oncotarget. The online publication releases articles twice a week, and scientists who are working in the field of oncology are the ones uploading their discoveries and letting their colleagues read and review every detail. Oncotarget includes information about cancer in the beginning, but the publication shifted later on to add more disease. The first articles for the online medical journal were published in 2010, and a few years later on, more scientists around the world trust the online medical journal, and they are reading all of the information posted so that they can apply it with their patients too. Andrei V. Gudkov, and Dr. Mikhail Blagosklonny, two renowned oncologists working at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute are the online medical journal’s editors in chief. The hard copy version of the online medical journal is published in impact journals.

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Dr. Mikhail Blagosklonny is first known for his conquest to fight aging with the use of rapamycin. His discovery was also published in Oncotarget, and thousands of scientists from around the world have seen his research and commended him for its probability. Andrei V. Gudkov and Dr. Mikhail Blagosklonny are encouraging all of the oncologists around the world to try using the online medical journal that they created, and they are hoping that through this platform, information can freely flow among the scientists. Andrei V. Gudkov and Dr. Mikhail Blagosklonny hopes that the cure for cancer be developed as soon as possible so that they can save more lives and have a chance of extending the life of humans. Learn more at researchgate.net

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