Featured Article: Current concepts in bone metastasis, contemporary therapeutic strategies and ongoing clinical trials

New Content ItemIn recent years, the understanding of the regulatory mechanisms for bone metastasis has significantly improved.  Extensive research of this field has enabled the signaling pathways and molecular interactions to be identified at the bone microenvironment level.  A better understanding of such regulatory mechanisms has consequently resulted in enhanced therapeutic strategies for the treatment of metastatic bone cancer. 

In this review, A. Gdowski et al. discuss the latest research in bone metastasis and highlight the therapies currently undergoing clinical trial to evaluate their role in the treatment of metastatic bone cancer. 

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