Hormonal Carcinogenesis IV

Hardcover | December 17, 2004

EditorJonathan J. Li, Sara Antonia Li, Antonio Llombart-Bosch

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Uniquely, Hormonal Carcinogeneis IV, integrates salient aspects of hormone-related cancers of interest to epidemiologists, basic researchers, and clinicians. The most recent advances in the major hormone-related cancers are presented by leaders of their specialty.  The chapters in this volume deal with the causation, dependence, and resistance of endocrine-related cancer with particular emphasis on the most common neoplasms occuring in men and women world wide, such as breast, prostate, uterine and ovarian cancers.

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Uniquely, Hormonal Carcinogeneis IV, integrates salient aspects of hormone-related cancers of interest to epidemiologists, basic researchers, and clinicians. The most recent advances in the major hormone-related cancers are presented by leaders of their specialty.  The chapters in this volume deal with the causation, dependence, and re...

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Uniquely, Hormonal Carcinogenesis IV, integrates salient aspects of hormone-related cancers of interest to epidemiologists, basic researchers, and clinicians. The most recent advances in the major hormone-related cancers are presented by leaders of their specialty. The chapters in this volume deal with the causation, dependence, and re...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:576 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.27 inPublished:December 17, 2004Publisher:Springer USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0387237836

ISBN - 13:9780387237831

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State of the Art Lectures.- Breast Cancer I: Progesterone Action.- Breast Cancer II: Mechanisms of Genomic Instability.- Early In-Situ Lesions: Breast and Prostate.- Promotion/Prevention of Hormone Cancers.- Prostate I: Androgen/Estrogen Action.- Prostate II: Androgen Receptor Dependence/Resistance.- Endometrium/Ovarian/Colon.- Communications.- Epidemiology/Human Derived Studies.- Breast Cancer.- Endometrial/Cervical Cancer.- Prostate Cancer.- Hormone Metabolism & Cell/Molecular Biology.- Breast Cancer.- Endometrial Cancer.- Ovary/Pituitary/Kidney/Liver Cancers.- Prostate Cancer.