Editor's choice


Professor Charis Eng

Professor Charis Eng, Endocrine-Related Cancer’s Editor-in-Chief, and the Editorial Board, have highlighted articles from each issue of the journal that are unique, high quality and stand out amongst current hormone-related cancer research.

Explore the collection of articles below to further your understanding of the latest advances in endocrine-related cancer. All articles have been made freely available for all to read.


Most recent Editor's choice articles




Liver findings in patients with Carney complex, germline PRKAR1A pathogenic variants, and link to cardiac myxomas
Amit Tirosh et al.

GABPA-dependent down-regulation of DICER1 in follicular thyroid tumours
Johan O Paulsson et al.

Neutrophil elastase from myeloid cells promotes TSC2-null tumor growth
Manisha Taya et al.

Effects of epigenetic pathway inhibitors on corticotroph tumour AtT20 cells
K E Lines et al.

Photodynamic therapy enables tumor-specific ablation in preclinical models of thyroid cancer
Nidal Muhanna et al.

Soluble CD105 is prognostic of disease recurrence in prostate cancer patients
Veronica R Placencio-Hickok et al.




Oncometabolite induced primary cilia loss in pheochromocytoma
Samuel M O’Toole et al.

Neuroendocrine differentiation of prostate cancer leads to PSMA suppression
Martin K Bakht et al.

Lymph/angiogenesis contributes to sex differences in lung cancer through oestrogen receptor alpha signaling
Charline Dubois et al.

Peptide receptor radionuclide therapy in gastroenteropancreatic NEN G3: a multicenter cohort study
Esben Andreas Carlsen et al.

Non-canonical AR activity facilitates endocrine resistance in breast cancer
KeeMing Chia et al.

SOX30 is a prognostic biomarker and chemotherapeutic indicator for advanced-stage ovarian cancer
Fei Han et al.

Effects of Jaeumkanghwa-tang on tamoxifen responsiveness in preclinical ER+ breast cancer model
Fabia De Oliveira Andrade et al.

UCHL1 loss alters the cell cycle in metastatic pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors
Brendan M Finnerty et al.

Effect of low-dose tungsten on human thyroid stem/precursor cells and their progeny
Fiorenza Gianì et al.

MAPK- and AKT-activated thyroid cancers are sensitive to group I PAK inhibition
Christina M Knippler et al.

The molecular genetic make-up of male breast cancer
Cathy B Moelans et al.