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G. D. Stoner L.-S. Wang Chemoprevention of Esophageal Squamous Cell Carcinoma with Berries
C. S. Yang N. Suh Cancer Prevention by Different Forms of Tocopherols
I. Almazari Y.-J. Surh Cancer Chemopreventive and Therapeutic Potential of Guggulsterone
A. H. Conney Y.-R. Lou P. Nghiem J. J. Bernard G. C. Wagner Y.-P. Lu Inhibition of UVB-Induced Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer: A Path from Tea to Caffeine to Exercise to Decreased Tissue Fat
C. Gerhauser Cancer Chemoprevention and Nutri-Epigenetics: State of the Art and Future Challenges
Z.-Y. Su L. Shu T. O. Khor J. H. Lee F. Fuentes A.-N. T. Kong A Perspective on Dietary Phytochemicals and Cancer Chemoprevention: Oxidative Stress, Nrf2, and Epigenomics
T. W. Kensler P. A. Egner A. S. Agyeman K. Visvanathan J. D. Groopman J.-G. Chen T.-Y. Chen J. W. Fahey P. Talalay Keap1-Nrf2 Signaling: A Target for Cancer Prevention by Sulforaphane
A. T. Dinkova-Kostova Chemoprotection Against Cancer by Isothiocyanates: A Focus on the Animal Models and the Protective Mechanisms
V. M. Adhami H. Mukhtar Human Cancer Chemoprevention: Hurdles and Challenges
K. A. Gold E. S. Kim I. I. Wistuba W. K. Hong Personalizing Lung Cancer Prevention Through a Reverse Migration Strategy
J. L. Wang K. A. Gold S. M. Lippman Natural-Agent Mechanisms and Early-Phase Clinical Development
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Antioxidant response - Cancer chemoprevention - Chemotherapeutic agents - Green tea and caffeine - Molecular-targeted therapies - Natural product cancer inhibitors - Nutri-epigenetics - Phytochemicals in cancer therapy - Sun-light induced cancer - Tocopherols