About the Journal

Oncologie is aimed to the publication of high quality original research articles, review papers, case report, etc. with an active interest in vivo or vitro study of cancer biology. Study relating to the pathology, diagnosis, and advanced treatment of all types of cancers, as well as research from any of the disciplines related to this field of interest. The journal has English and French bilingual publication.
The French Society of Oncology Surgery (SFCO), associoation francophone des soins oncologiques de support (AFSOS) and the French Federation of Medical Oncologists (FFOM) are affiliated with the journal Oncologie.

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  • Technological Innovations in Thyroid Cancer Surgery
  • Abstract Thyroid cancer is the fifth most common cancer in the USA, with differentiated subtype accounting for more than 95% of neoplasm. Surgery remains the mainstay of treatment, either with lobectomy or total thyroidectomy. In the last decades, many technological innovations have been introduced in this field. The aim of this review is to illustrate the most recent advances regarding the classical surgical approach, particularly regarding hemostatic devices, parathyroid identification with fluorescence systems, intraoperative identification of lymph node metastases, and intraoperative neuromonitoring. More
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  • Gene Editing in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer: Current Application and Future Perspective
  • Abstract Lung cancer is the most common malignant tumor with the highest morbidity and mortality in the world, and non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) accounts for the vast majority of cases. At present, its main treatment methods are still traditional surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy, with disadvantages such as a high recurrence rate and limited effectiveness. Therefore, a new, better treatment method is urgently needed. Gene editing technology, as a new genetic engineering approach, has shown great potential in gene research, gene therapy and genetic improvement. It has also emerged as a promising treatment for lung cancer. This paper reviews the current… More
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  • Ubiquitin Specific Protease 2: Structure, Isoforms, Cellular Function, Related Diseases and Its Inhibitors
  • Abstract The ubiquitin-proteasome system (UPS) is an important pathway for cellular protein degradation. The components of this pathway, including the proteasome, ubiquitinase, and deubiquitinase, are highly specialized and strictly regulated. The ubiquitin-specific protease 2 (USP2) belongs to the ubiquitin-specific proteases, a subgroup of deubiquitinating enzymes. USP2 plays essential roles in regulating cell survival, cell cycle, circadian rhythm, cell metabolism, inflammatory response, antiviral response, and metastasis by interacting with certain proteins such as Cyclin D1, PER1, CRY1, HDM2/p53, FASN, LDLR, TRAF6, TBK1, and TGFBR1-TGFBR2 complex. Elevation of USP2 has been observed in a variety of cancers, including glioma, testicular cancer, breast cancer,… More
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  • Exploration of Combinational Therapeutic Strategies for HCC Based on TCGA HCC Database
  • Abstract Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is one of the most deadly types of cancer. Sorafenib is currently the only available first-line molecular targeted drug approved by the FDA for HCC. However, primary and secondary resistance is often encountered with treatment with sorafenib. Genomic alterations found in HCC represent potential targets to develop new drugs or new combinational strategies against this type of cancer. Here we analyzed genomic alterations from the TCGA database of HCC samples and the corresponding targeted drugs available to the clinic to identify candidate drugs that might hold promise when used in combination with sorafenib. Our results revealed that… More
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  • Racial Bias Can Confuse AI for Genomic Studies
  • Abstract Large-scale genomic studies are important ways to comprehensively decode the human genomics, and provide valuable insights to human disease causalities and phenotype developments. Genomic studies are in need of high throughput bioinformatics analyses to harness and integrate such big data. It is in this overarching context that artificial intelligence (AI) offers enormous potentials to advance genomic studies. However, racial bias is always an important issue in the data. It is usually due to the accumulation process of the dataset that inevitability involved diverse subjects with different races. How can race bias affect the outcomes of AI methods? In this work,… More
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  • A Real-World Study on Oral Vinorelbine for the Treatment of Metastatic Breast Cancer
  • Abstract Background: Vinorelbine can be used to treat metastatic breast cancer as a single agent or in combination with other chemotherapy agents, although there is little real-world data for its use, particularly the oral form, in China. The current study aimed to explore the efficacy and safety of oral vinorelbine in patients with metastatic breast cancer in real-world clinical practice. Methods: A total of 194 patients with metastatic breast cancer received oral vinorelbine as a treatment between February 2017 and January 2021 at the National Cancer Center/National Clinical Research Center for Cancer/Cancer Hospital & Shenzhen Hospital, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences… More
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  • Tumor-Associated Macrophages Facilitate the Proliferation and Migration of Cervical Cancer Cells
  • Abstract Tumor-associated macrophages (TAMs) are important components in tumor microenvironment. This study intended to explore the influence of TAMs on cervical cancer cells proliferation and migration. The expression levels of TAMs markers, CD68 and CD163, in tissues were examined by immunohistochemistry and increased with the progression of cervical lesions (p < 0.05). TAMs with M2-like phenotype (PMA(Polymethacrylate) induced THP-1 cells) were noticed to promote the proliferation of cervical cancer cells and improve the migration ability of tumor cells. These enhancements were attributed to secreting soluble components and the physical contact between macrophages and tumor cells. The tumor formation and tumor growth… More
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  • A Primary Sacral Melanoma of Unknown Origin: A Case Report
  • Abstract Malignant melanoma caused by malignant transformation of melanocytes is associated with high mortality and is difficult to manage. Metastasis is not uncommon (up to 31% of all cases) and is closely associated with a poor prognosis. Although rare (4–5%), extracutaneous melanoma has been reported; however, primary malignant melanoma of the sacrum is extremely rare (only three case reports to date). Here, we present a 51-year-old patient who underwent surgical treatment for a lesion of the spinal canal and associated bony structures; extensive aggressive resection was required. She underwent partial sacrectomy and lumbo-iliac fixation (to maintain spinal stability). Pathology revealed malignant… More
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