Clinical Gynecologic Oncology

PHILIP J. DISAIA WILLIAM T. CREASMAN ROBERT S. MANNEL D. SCOTT MCMEEKIN DAVID G. MUTCH 2018 The first eight editions of Clinical Gynecologic Oncology were stimulated by a recognized need for a readable text on gynecologic cancer and related subjects addressed primarily to the community physician, resident, and other students involved with these patients. The practical aspects of the […]

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Cancer Nursing


EDITED BY Connie Henke Yarbro, Debra Wujcik, Barbara Holmes Gobel 2011 Cancer nurses throughout the world have used Cancer Nursing: Principles and Practice for almost a quarter of a century. Thus, it is an honor to welcome our readers to the Seventh Edition of this definitive text. With this edition, we enter a new era by welcoming Debra Wujcik […]

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Principles and Practice of Head and Neck Surgery and Oncology

Principles and Practice of Head and Neck Surgery and Oncology, Second Edition-1

Edited by Paul Q Montgomery Peter H Rhys Evans Patrick J Gullane 2009 On a worldwide scale head and neck malignancy represents the 5th most common cancer and nowhere in the field of human oncology are the effects of progression of disease more readily apparent, more cosmetically deforming, and more functionally and psychologically disturbing than in this region. Unlike […]

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Self-assessment in head and neck surgery and oncology-1

EDITORS: James Paul O’Neill Jatin P. Shah 2015 The term “cancer of the head and neck” generally includes neoplasms arising from the mucosa of the upper aerodigestive tract, including the nasal cavity and paranasal sinuses, as well as tumors of the salivary glands, thyroid and parathyroid glands, and neoplasms arising from the skin, soft tissues, and bones of […]

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Editor Henry M. Kuerer 2010 The fields of oncology, general surgery, and surgical oncology have merged and evolved into the new specialty of breast surgical oncology. The intention of this textbook is to endow practitioners who treat breast diseases with cutting-edge, evidence-based information along with the clinical nuances related to the field of breast surgical oncology in order to help set […]

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Telomere Territory and Cancer

Telomere Territory and Cancer-1

Parvin Mehdipour Editor 2013 Telomeres define and predict the fate of our cells, and are capable to direct the manner of quality and the quantitative values in the specific biological and molecular events. Telomeres could be also named as ‘Frontiers in cells’ By looking at a carved tree, we realize the multifarious position of circles indicative of its age.

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