Diet and cancer: molecular mechanisms of interactions

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Plenum Press, 1995 - Medical - 222 pages
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'The high quality of the research summarized in this volume is a tribute to the excellent review process that the AICR has established to disseminate funds in the area of diet, nutrition, and cancer prevention or treatment....this book is worthy of being passed around the laboratory group and should stimulate students, postdoctoral fellows, and principal investigators interested in the application of cellular and molecular techniques to the field of nutrition and cancer.'-The Quarterly Review of Biology

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The American Institute for Cancer Research is the third largest cancer charity in the United States. It supports research into the role of diet in the prevention and treatment of cancer. It also offers wide range of educational programs and publications for health professionals and the public.