Fundamentals of Cancer Epidemiology
Edition: 2nd 2008 (Revised)
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Description: Fundamentals of Cancer Epidemiologynbsp;summarizes the current body of knowledge--what cancer is, how it is defined, how it develops in biological and genetic terms, what groups are at highest risk, and what causes it. Using a unique framework, it helps readers develop an in-depth understanding of major risk factors and how they affect specific cancers, as well as how co-factors contribute to risk for particular cancers. nbsp; The second edition has been thoroughly updated and includes: nbsp; New chapters on cancer screening, drugs and cancer and childhood cancers Expanded sections on interactions between genetic and environmental risk factors. Recent observations about the biology of normal cells and cancer cells and the implications for determining the etiology of various cancers New materials on cancer prevention strategies Expanded discussions about the public health implications of new scientific findings concerning the causes of various cancers.
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List price: $190.95
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC
Publication date: 1/2/2008
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
|The Descriptive Epidemiology of Cancer|
|Biology of Normal Cells|
|Biology of Cancer Cells|
|Laboratory Experimental Studies|
|Biomarkers and Epidemiological Studies of Cancer|
|Epidemiological Studies of Genetic Factors for Cancer|
|Occupation and Cancer|
|Tobacco and Cancer|
|Alcohol and Cancer|
|Ionizing, Nonionizing, and Solar Radiation and Cancer|
|Infectious Agents and Cancer|
|Immunity and Cancer Risk|
|Endogenous Hormones and Cancer|
|Exogenous Hormones and Cancer|
|Diet and Cancer|
|Informational Web Sites|