Oxford Textbook of Oncology (inbunden)
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Haller, Daniel G. / van de Velde, Cornelis J. H. / Baumann, Michael
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Oxford Textbook of Oncology (inbunden)

Oxford Textbook of Oncology

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Written by internationally recognised key opinion leaders in all of the oncology sub-disciplines and covering all aspects of the field, the Oxford Textbook of Oncology, Third Edition reflects current best practice and represents a modern approach to managing the cancer patient. This is a definitive resource for oncologists of all varieties.
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David Kerr has made a sustained and internationally recognised contribution to cancer care and research in the field of medical oncology over the past three decades. He has published over 400 papers in high profile journals, authored over twenty books and has been awarded four prestigious, international research prizes, including the NHS's first Nye Bevan award for Innovation. His scientific standing has been recognised by election as Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, Fellow of Academy of Medical Sciences, President of the European society of Medical Oncology (2009-2011) and Founding Fellow of the European Academy of Cancer Sciences.


SECTION 1: HALLMARKS OF CANCER ; 1. The hallmarks of cancer ; 2. Growth factors and uncontrolled proliferation ; 3. Cell signalling pathways ; 4. Cell cycle control ; 5. Cancer cell death ; 6. Angiogenesis ; 7. Invasion and metastases ; 8. Genetic instability ; 9. DNA repair after oncological therapy ; 10. Biology of cancer stem cells ; 11. Biomarker identification and clinical validation ; 12. Cancer, immunity, and inflammation ; 13. Cancer and metabolism ; SECTION 2: ETIOLOGY AND EPIDEMIOLOGY OF CANCER ; 14. Smoking and cancer ; 15. Viruses ; 16. Chemical carcinogens ; 17. Radiation ; 18. Body fatness, physical activity, diet, and other lifestyle factors ; SECTION 3: PRINCIPLES OF ONCOLOGY ; 19. Practice points for surgical oncology ; 20. Practice points for radiation oncology ; 21. Principles of chemotherapy ; 22. Delivery of multidisciplinary cancer care ; 23. Principles of clinical pharmacology: Introduction to pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics ; 24. Design and analysis of clinical trials ; 25. Medical ethics in oncology ; 26. Health economic assessment of cancer therapy ; SECTION 4: POPULATION HEALTH ; 27. Cancer control: The role of national plans ; 28. Cancer prevention: Vaccination ; 29. Cancer prevention: Chemoprevention ; 30. Population cancer screening ; 31. Familial cancer syndromes and genetic counselling ; SECTION 5: SUPPORT FOR THE CANCER PATIENT ; 32. Supportive palliative care ; 33. Quality of life ; 34. Cancer survivorship and rehabilitation ; SECTION 6: DISEASE ; 35. Cancer of the head and neck ; 36. Oesophageal cancer ; 37. Gastric cancer ; 38. Rectal cancer ; 39. Colon cancer ; 40. Pancreatic cancer ; 41. Hepatobiliary cancer ; 42. Peritoneal mesothelioma ; 43. Cancer of the breast ; 44. Gynaecological cancers ; 45. Genitourinary cancer ; 46. Lung cancer ; 47. Neoplasms of the thymus ; 48. Pleural mesothelioma ; 49. Skin cancer: melanoma ; 50. Skin cancer: non-melonoma ; 51. Acute leukemia ; 52. Chronic leukemias ; 53. Myeloma ; 54. Lymphomas ; 55. Sarcomas of the soft tissue ; 56. Cancer of the central nervous system ; 57. Cancer of the eye and orbit ; 58. Endocrine cancers ; 59. Cancer of unknown primary site ; INDEX