Urological Cancers in Clinical Practice

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Jonathan Waxman
Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 12, 2007 - Medical - 275 pages
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The book summarizes developments in all areas of urological cancer including clinical and molecular advances. The aim of the book is to educate urologists and oncologists so that they are able to understand scientific developments within urological oncology and be up-to-date with clinical practice in this area. The book includes both guidelines for clinical practice and synopses of advances in science research. This practical handbook provides a distillation of current practice and research for oncologists and urologists in clinical practice. Its author has published eleven books on cancer and is the founder of the "Prostate Cancer Charity".

 

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Contents

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IV
50
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75
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102
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124
VIII
161
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213
XI
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About the author (2007)

Jonathan Waxman first stepped into the culinary scene in 1970 when he retired from his career as a professional trombonist to enroll in the La Varenne cooking school in Paris. After working at the prestigious Chez Panisse alongside Alice Waters, he brought New American cuisine to New York City by opening the restaurants Jams and Washington Park. For his contributions to the culinary world, Jonathan was named one the most influential Americans by "Esquire" magazine. Today, he is the chef-owner of Barbuto, an Italian brasserie in New York City. He resides in Manhattan with his wife and three children.

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