Call for papers: Life course influence and cancer risk

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We are excited to announce our new call for papers on life course influence on cancer risk!

Our Editors for this call, Michelle Kelly Irving, Cyrille Delpierre and Matthias Richter invite authors to submit original articles, brief reports, hints and kinks, or reviews. We look for papers that look at the way a life course approach to the study of cancer can help achieve a better understanding of the genesis of the disease, as well as the challenges of such an approach. We are particularly interested in approaches that take into account the timing of exposure and the multiple pathways that can link social determinants to biological functioning over time.

Interested? See the full call with all the relevant information and dates here! Send first an e-mail to the managing editor by April 19th and you will get a reply about suitability of the paper for this call within one week. Papers should be submitted online by August 14th the latest.

We look forward to receiving your papers!

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