Denys Wheatley spent many years as editor of Cell Biology International, and founded two new journals in the early 2000s, namely Cancer Cell International and Theoretical Biology and Medical
Modelling. All three now have new editors-
Although retired after 50 years from an academic career in cancer research, he still pursues projects in Hong Kong, Ukraine and elsewhere. His experience in science and medicine is wide.
Hypotheses to explain aspects of the complexity of cancer are needed for better understanding to advance our knowledge of its biology and move towards better prevention and treatment.
Extant hypotheses are constantly being challenged and new ones need to be proposed. A journal devoted to this topic will help as a forum to bring together these diverse ideas on its nature, and this is the main reason for its inception.
Denys would hope that many of his colleagues and their associates will take this opportunity to express some of these hypotheses, leading towards new research and widening our understanding of a complex disease.
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