Cancer Epidemiology: Volume 1, Host Susceptibility Factors by Mukesh VermaCancer Epidemiology: Volume 1, Host Susceptibility Factors by Mukesh Verma

Cancer Epidemiology: Volume 1, Host Susceptibility Factors

EditorMukesh Verma

Paperback | November 19, 2010

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Population studies and epidemiology facilitate the discovery of genetic and environmental determinants of cancer and the development of new approaches to cancer control and prevention, therefore they play a central role in the creation of health policies. Cancer Epidemiology compiles areas of research which cover etiological factors or determinants that contribute to the development of cancer and describe the latest technologies in cancer epidemiology. In Volume 1, Host Susceptibility Factors, leading experts provide chapters on cancer incidence, prevalence, mortality and surveillance, methods, technologies and study design in cancer epidemiology as well as host susceptibility factors in cancer epidemiology. Although a non-standard volume of the highly successful Methods in Molecular BiologyT series, this comprehensive text retains the commitment of the series to collecting the kind of detailed, up-to-date information and implementation advice that is crucial for getting optimal results.Cutting-edge and essential, Cancer Epidemiology allows readers to get the maximum advantage of the methods involved in this exciting and important field.
Title:Cancer Epidemiology: Volume 1, Host Susceptibility FactorsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:520 pages, 10.24 × 7.6 × 0 inPublished:November 19, 2010Publisher:Humana PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1617378682

ISBN - 13:9781617378683

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Table of Contents

Part I: Cancer Incidence, Prevalence, Mortality and Surveillance1. Cancer Occurrence. Ahmedin Jemal, Melissa M. Center, Elizabeth Ward, and Michael J. Thun 2. Cancer Registry Databases: An Overview of Techniques of Statistical Analysis and Impact on Cancer Epidemiology. Ananya Das3. Breast Cancer in Asia. Cheng-Har Yip4. Cancer Epidemiology in United States: racial, Social, and Economic Factors. Dana Sloane5. Epidemiology of Multiple Primary Cancers. Isabelle Soerjomataram and Jan Willem Coebergh 6. Cancer Screenings, Diagnostic Technology Evolution, and Cancer Control. Fabrizio Stracci7. Thriving for clues in variations seen in mortality and incidence of cancer: geographic patterns, temporal trends, and human population diversities in cancer incidence and mortality. Alireza Mosavi-Jarrahi and Mohammad Ali MohagheghiPart II: Methods, Technologies and study Design in Cancer Epidemiology8. Evaluation of Environmental and Personal Susceptibility Characteristics that Modify Genetic Risks. Jing Shen9. Introduction to the use of regression models in epidemiology. Ralf Bender 10. Proteomics and Cancer Epidemiology. Mukesh Verma11. Different Study Designs in the Epidemiology of Cancer: Case-control vs. Cohort Studies. Harminder Singh and Salaheddin M. Mahmud12. Methods and Approaches in Using Secondary Data Sources to Study Race and Ethnicity Factors. Sujha Sunbramanian13. Statistical Methods in Cancer Epidemiologic Studies. Nan Xue and Donald R. Hoover14. Methods in Cancer Epigenetics and Epidemiology. Deepak Kumar and Mukesh VermaPart III: Host Susceptibility Factors in Cancer Epidemiology15. Mitochondrial DNA Polymorphism and Risk of Cancer. Keshav K. Singh and Mariola Kulawiec16. Polymorphisms of DNA Repair Genes: ADPRT, XRCC1 and XPD and Cancer Risk in Genetic Epidemiology. Jun Jiang, Zhang Xiuqing, Huanming Yang and Wendy Wang17. Risk factors and Gene Expression in Esophageal Cancer. Xiaochung Xu18. Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms in DNA Repair Genes and Prostate Cancer Risk. Jong Y. Park, Yifan Huang and Thomas A. Sellers19. Linking the Kaposi's Sarcoma-associated Herpesvirus (KSHV/HHV-8) to Human Malignancies. Inna Kalt, Shiri-Rivka Masa and Ronit Sarid20. Cancer Cohort Consortium Approach: Cancer Epidemiology in Immunosuppressed Groups. Diego Serraino, and Pierluca Piselli for the Immunosuppression and Cancer Study Group21. Do Viruses Cause Breast Cancer? James S. Lawson22. Epidemiology of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) in cervical Mucosa. Subhash C. Chauhan, Meena Jaggi, Maria C. Bell, Mukesh Verma and Deepak Kumar23. Epigenetic Targets in Cancer Epidemiology. Ramona G. Dumitrescu24. Epidemiology of Lung Cancer Prognosis: Quantity and Quality of Life. Ping Yang25. Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Syndrome: The impact of race on uptake of Genetic Counseling and Testing. Michael S. Simon and Nancie Petrucelli

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From the reviews:"The first volume is dedicated to the methods, technologies and study design in analytical cancer epidemiology. . the more thorough attention is provided to case-control and cohort studies, to regression models. . In conclusion it is necessary . for clinicians, epidemiologists and laboratory workers, studying molecular biology in acquisition of knowledges which could broaden their scientific outlook and enlarge the orientation of their study in future years." (I. Plesko, Neoplasma, April, 2009)