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Editors: Joel W. Rosenthal and William J. Carey
Book Description:
This new book presents the latest research on advances in genetics, molecular medicine, biotechnologies, and behavioral sciences that have an impact on primary, secondary and tertiary cancer prevention including:
(a)Basic mechanisms of neoplastic diseases leading to the identification of molecular pathways that can be employed as targets for cancer prevention.
(b)Descriptive, analytical, and molecular epidemiology with emphasis on developing biomarkers of cancer risk assessment and response to cancer prevention.
(c)Laboratory and clinical procedures for prognostic evaluation of malignant tumor transformation, progression and response to treatment with cancer preventive agents.
(d)Discoveries of natural substances and synthetic agents that have promising cancer preventive potential and elucidating their mechanistic action.
(e)Development and assessment of cancer preventive approaches that have potential for being translated into the clinic.
(f)Cancer prevention preclinical studies and clinical trials.
(g)Patient management and education, management of curable lesions, education and lifestyle modification and the role of behavioral factors in cancer etiology and prevention.

Table of Contents:
Preface

Chapter 1: Direct-to-Consumer-Advertising Exposure Impedes Lifestyle-Focused Cancer Prevention Efforts
(Dominick L. Frosch) pp. 1-5

Chapter 2: Antioxidant Properties of Vitamins and Their Role in Skin Cancer Prevention
(Brenda Newman and Elma D. Baron) pp. 7-15

Chapter 3: P-Glycoprotein Expression in Human Tumors and Tissues: The Multidrug Resistance Gene Family
(A. Bhatia, J.P. Singh, S. Prakash) pp. 17-32

Chapter 4: CYP17 as a Candidate Gene for Hormone-Related Cancers Among Women: A Review of the Evidence
(H.S. Feigelson, C.L. Pearce, W.R. Diver) pp. 33-46

Chapter 5: Bone Mass Density and Subsequent Risk of Prostate Cancer
(O. Ganry, J. Peng and P. Fardellone) pp. 47-56

Chapter 6: lack Raspberry Extracts Induce Growth Inhibition in Human Oral Carcinoma Cells
(Y. Feng, S. Chen, G.D. Stoner) pp. 57-60

Chapter 7: Detection of Bladder Cancer in Patients with Asymptomatic Hematuria by Urinary Matrix Protein 22, Voided Cytology and Cystoscopy
(I.S. Sawczuk, I.A. Volfson, E. Bagiella) pp. 71-79

Chapter 8: Induction of Apoptosis and Inhibition of Cell Proliferation by Diphenylmethyl Selenocyanate During Azoxymethane Induced Rat Colon Carcinogenesis
(S. Ghosh, R. Kumar Das, A. Sengupta) pp. 81-90

Chapter 9: Hemostatic State in Female Patients with Breast and Ovarian Cancer (Hussain Alizadeh, Shaikkah Al-Tajer, Shaker A. Mousa) pp. 91-103

Chapter 10: Development of a Fully "Humanized" Xenograft Model of Breast Cancer - New Ideas for the Development of Pre-Clinical Prevention Models
(Jong B. Kim, Robert C. Stein, Mike J. O'Hare) pp. 105-132

Chapter 11: Mouse Mannary Tumor Virus (MMTV) Like Sequence in Breast Cancer of Egyptian Women
(Salwa Mostafa Kamal, Rajaa Fakhoury Makki, Dalal Ali Hammondi) pp. 133-141

Chapter 12: Low Concentrations of Green Tea Catechins Transiently Induce and Inhibit MAK Signal Transduction and Growth of Human Colon Tumor Cells (Tanja Kautenburger, Thomas W. Becker, Beatrice Louise Pool-Zobel) pp. 143-157

Chapter 13: The Effects of Red Raspberry Extract on PAH Transport Across Calu-3 Cell Monolayer: An In Vitro Cell Model
(B. Mahadevan, J.E. Mata, D.J. Albershardt, J.F. Stevens) pp. 159-174

Chapter 14: Modulation of Arsenic Induced DNA Damage by Tea as Assessed by Single Cell Gel Electrophoresis
(D. Sinha, M. Roy, M. Siddiqi) pp. 175-191

Index

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2008
   ISBN: 978-1-60456-229-3
   Status: AV
  
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PP Page Proofs
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