The Basic Science of Oncology
Reviews the fast-moving and critically important topics in cancer causation, cancer biology, and the biology underlying cancer treatment. This edition is substantially revised to reflect the major scientific advances, especially with respect to molecular genetics. Additional coverage includes state-of-the-art updates on cancer therapy including new drugs and experimental radiotherapy. Interesting, relevant, and not overpowering in length, the book appeals to a wide audience including physicians, nurses, and medical students as well as radiation therapists.
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