Diet and Cancer: Markers, Prevention, and Treatment by Maryce M. JacobsDiet and Cancer: Markers, Prevention, and Treatment by Maryce M. Jacobs

Diet and Cancer: Markers, Prevention, and Treatment

EditorMaryce M. Jacobs


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Proceedings of the American Institute for Cancer Research's third annual conference on nutrition and cancer, held in McLean, Virginia, October 1992. Several chapters address each of four session topics: retinoids as differentiation agents in cancer therapy; biological markers of cancer risk; chemoprevention of cancer by non-nutrients in food; and nutritional problems and support in the treatment of cancer. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Title:Diet and Cancer: Markers, Prevention, and TreatmentFormat:HardcoverDimensions:274 pagesPublisher:Springer US

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Table of Contents

Use of Vitamins A and D in Chemoprevention and Therapy of Cancer: Control of Nuclear Receptor Expression and Function: Vitamins, Cancer and Receptors; R.M. Niles. Vitamin A Chemoprevention of Lung Cancer: A Shortterm Biomarker Study; C.A. Redlich, et al. Human Cervical Cancer: Retinoids, Interferon and Human Papillomavirus; R.L. Eckert, et al. Role of Apoptosis in the Growth Inhibitory Effects of Vitamin D in Mcf7 Cells; J. Welsh, et al. Vitamin D and Prostate Cancer; D. Feldman, et al. Choline and Hepatocarcinogenesis in the Rat; S.H. Zeisel, et al. Dietary Effects on Gene Expression in Mammary Tumorigenesis; P.R. Etkind. Effect of Dietary Fatty Acids on Gene Expression in Breast Cells; Z. Ronai, et al. Lipotrope Deficiency and Persistent Changes in DNA Methylation: Lipotrope Deficiency and DNA Methylation; J.K. Christman. Methionine Deprivation Regulates the Translation of Functionally-distinct CMyc Proteins; S.R. Hann. Progressive Loss of Sensitivity to Growth Control by Retinoic Acid and Transforming Growth Factor-beta at Late Stages of Human Papillomavirus Type 16-initiated Transformation of Human Keratinocytes; K.E. Creek, et al. Short-chain Fatty Acids and Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Colonic Cell Differentiation and Transformation; L.H. Augenlicht, et al. Fish Oil and Cell Proliferation Kinetics in a Mammary Carcinoma Tumor Model; N.W. Istfan, et al. Abstracts. Index.