Groundbreaking publication on AACR's most-cited list for 2014

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The groundbreaking personalized oncology publication led by Drs. Wang and Collins, High fidelity patient- derived xenografts for accelerating prostate cancer discovery and drug development, is one of AACR's most-cited articles from 2014. This Cancer Research publication was posed in this website's News section on January 27, 2014 .

The recently published "The Best of the AACR Journals” is a collection of the most-cited articles published in 2014 across the AACR journal portfolio. This paper is one of four most-sited research articles, based on the total number of citations from date of publication through January 2016. "The Best of the AACR Journals" is available online by clicking here; or can be viewed as PDF here (4 MB, opens in new window).

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