The Molecular Basis of Cancer
Saunders, 2001 - Medical - 691 pages
The state-of-the-art 2nd Edition of this acclaimed reference explains the principles that form the scientific basis for our understanding of malignant transformation and the pathogenesis and treatment of cancer. Readers will find a broad update on the scientific principles of new diagnostic tests and therapeutic interventions now being used in clinical trials and practice. Incorporating the latest advances and newest research, this text also gives thorough descriptions of everything from the basic mechanisms of malignant cells and molecular abnormalities in common cancers to new approaches for cancer therapy. Each chapter discusses the clinical implications for treatment. Numerous examples of the latest clinical interventions help readers understand and assess the products of the biotechnology revolution.
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