Bioactive Compounds and Cancer

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John A. Milner, Donato F. Romagnolo
Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 8, 2010 - Medical - 882 pages
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Because of the wealth of new information generated by the scientific community during the last decade on the role of nutrition on cancer risk, this book provides a forum for presentation and discussion of recent scientific data and highlights a set of dietary recommendations. Bioactive Compounds and Cancer presents chapters that highlight laboratory and clinical findings on how selected nutrients function as signaling molecules and, as such, influence cellular behavior and cancer predisposition. This important compendium focuses on understanding the role of nutrition in cancer biology, the molecular action of bioactive food components and xenobiotics on cancer risk, the role of dietary components in cancer prevention and/or treatment, and nutrition education with the most up to date dietary recommendations that may reduce cancer risk. This volume will be of interest to specialized health professionals, clinicians, nurses, basic and clinical researchers, graduate students, and health officials of public and private organizations.


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I Understanding the Role of Nutrition in Health
II Role of Dietary Bioactive Componentsin Cancer Preventionandor Treatment Macroconstituents
III Role of Dietary Bioactive Componentsin Cancer Prevention andorTreatment CarotenoidsVitamins and Minerals
IV Role of Dietary Bioactive Componentsin Cancer Preventionandor Treatment OtherBioactive Food Components
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John A. Milner National Cancer Institute, Health and Human Services, Rockville, MD
Donato F. Romagnolo B105 Institute and Center for Toxicology, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

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