An informative handbook on the staging of cancer and the selection and evaluation of cancer treatment. ESMO Handbook on Treatment Evaluation in Cancer is an ideal resource for medical oncologists and those involved in screening and chemotherapy programs.
The text demonstrates how to judge various prognostic and predictive factors, how to determine the relevance of staging, and how to measure patient response for each cancer type.
Written by an international team of experts, this progressive text incorporates the fast-moving world of research into the field of cancer genetics and prevention.
Topics discussed include:
- genetics of cancer
- sporadic cancers
- hereditary cancers
- primary prevention of cancer
- screening programmes for the general population
- screening programmes for those at higher risk
- the role of prevention
- secondary prevention of cancer