Breast Cancer Collection
The recent launch of Cancer Research Communications demonstrates the AACRâs commitment to accelerating the pace of discovery through the publication of timely and rigorously peer-reviewed studies. The journalâs primary goal is to facilitate the sharing of well-supported and thought-provoking findings to promote cross-disciplinary exchange of ideas among the oncology research community. To exemplify this commitment, the editors of Cancer Research Communications offer a selection of our recently published articles focused on breast cancer research across the spectrum of cancer science and medicineâfrom molecular screening for homologous recombination deficiencies and sensitivity to targeted therapy, to biomarkers of disease risk and progression, to epidemiologic analysis of mutations that might contribute to disparities in patient outcomes. By communicating these findings in an openly accessible format available to all researchers, Cancer Research Communications will continue to build a fast and reliable pipeline to disseminate valuable information to the cancer research community as we continue toward our shared goal of preventing and curing all cancers.