Hereditary Colorectal Cancer: Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Colorectal Cancer (Iscc-4). November 9-11, 1989, Kobe, Japan

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Jōji Utsunomiya, Henry Thomson Lynch
Springer Verlag Gmbh, Jan 1, 1990 - Medical - 575 pages
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This book provides comprehensive and multidisciplinary coverage of colorectal cancer genetics. It captures the active thinking of many of the most noteworthy investigators on this subject, with more than 70 contributors presenting research from around the world. The topics include genetic heterogeneity, pathology, hereditary colorectal cancer syndrome classification, biomarker research, screening strategies, and the registration of cancer-prone families. This is a timely publication which provides an eclectic approach to the entire field of colorectal cancer genetics.

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Contents

The Concept of Hereditary Colorectal Cancer
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Historical and Natural Cancer History Facets of the Lynch
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Genetic Mapping
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