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Medicine - Oncology & Hematology | Hormonal Carcinogenesis V

Hormonal Carcinogenesis V

Li, J.J., Li, S.A., Mohla, S., Rochefort, H., Maudelonde, T. (Eds.)

2008, XLVI, 658 p.

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  • A special emphasis is placed on the two major endocrine-related cancers, that is, breast and prostate
  • Other highly relevant cancers addressed are ovarian and endometrial Emerging fields examined are colon, lung, and pancreatic cancers in relation to hormones

Information gathered from cell-free systems, cell cultures, animal models, and human studies, together provide important insights to our understanding of hormonal cancer causation, development, and prevention; the primary objective of these Symposia.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Breast cancer - Cancer Prevention - Endometrial Cancer - Hormonal Carcinogenesis - Lung Cancer - Mammary Cancer - Ovarian cancer - Prostate Cancer - Stem Cells - Women's health - estrogen receptor - genes - hormone signaling - molecular biology - signaling pathways

Related subjects » Cancer Research - Cell Biology - Human Genetics - Internal Medicine - Medical Microbiology - Oncology & Hematology

Table of contents 

Cellular Origins of Endocrine-related Cancers Mitotic Kinases, Centrosome Amplification, and Genomic Instability New Developments in Steroid-receptor Interactions Relevant Risk Assessment and Early Biomarkers Novel Strategies for Prevention & Treatment of Endocrine-related Cancers Hormone Dependency versus Hormone Independency Emerging Fields: Hormones & Colorectal and Lung Cancers

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