About this Research Topic
This Research Topic aims to highlight the work featured and spark further discussion. The Skin Cancer field is continuously evolving, therefore we are seeking to understand developments and perspectives on articles that have attracted attention throughout the year.
We welcome Opinions, Perspectives, and Mini-Review article types to facilitate this discussion. We also welcome updated original data following the research featured in this collection. Please note only papers that are relevant and add a significant contribution to the discussion articles will be considered.
The chosen manuscripts are :
- Mucosal Melanoma: Pathological Evolution, Pathway Dependency and Targeted Therapy
- Decoding Melanoma Development and Progression: Identification of Therapeutic Vulnerabilities
- Cutaneous Melanoma Classification: The Importance of High-Throughput Genomic Technologies
- The WHO 2018 Classification of Cutaneous Melanocytic Neoplasms: Suggestions From Routine Practice
- Therapeutic Advancements Across Clinical Stages in Melanoma, With a Focus on Targeted Immunotherapy
- Multiplexed Immunohistochemistry and Digital Pathology as the Foundation for Next-Generation Pathology in Melanoma: Methodological Comparison and Future Clinical Applications
- Beyond PD-1: The Next Frontier for Immunotherapy in Melanoma
- A Multi-Omics Analysis of Metastatic Melanoma Identifies a Germinal Center-Like Tumor Microenvironment in HLA-DR-Positive Tumor Areas
Please note: manuscripts consisting solely of bioinformatics or computational analysis of public genomic or transcriptomic databases which are not accompanied by validation (clinical cohort or biological validation in vitro or in vivo) are out of scope for this section and will not be accepted as part of this Research Topic.
Keywords: Skin Cancer, Melanoma, Cancer Therapy, Melanocytic Neoplasms, Immunotherapy
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