Chemoprevention of Cancer guides you through the exciting new field of cancer chemoprevention. It covers epidemiology, known chemopreventive compounds, development of new chemopreventive agents, specific examples of preventive agents and their mechanisms of action, and current prevention clinical trials.
Table of Contents
Prospects for Chemoprevention, P. Greenwald.
Epidemiologic Links to Chemoprevention, C. Mettlin.
Biochemistry of Potential Chemopreventive Compounds, C. Beecher.
Progress in the Development of Several Chemopreventive Agents, W.F. Malone and M. Perloff.
Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs as Potential Chemopreventive Agents, M.J. Thun.
Increased Levels of S-Adenosylmethionine in the Livers of Rats Fed Forms of Selenium, J.G. Dausch and F.R. Fullerton.
Angiostatic Properties of Steroid Glucuronides, H.E. Hadd and J. Folkman.
Chemoprevention of Head and Neck Cancer, S.E. Benner, S.M. Lippman, and W.K. Hong.
Chemoprevention Clinical Trials, D.W. Nixon.