An in-depth look at the prevention and early diagnosis of the cancers that most commonly affect women, this book collects information on breast, cervical, colorectal, lung, ovarian, skin, uterine corpus, vaginal, and vulvar cancer, all in one place. It offers comprehensive coverage of cancer screening; examines risk assessment, prevention and early diagnosis for each cancer type, as well as incidence, mortality, and risk factors; explores the advantages and limitations of genetic teting for determining cancer suceptibility; and presents an evidence-based analysis of a wide range of complementary and alternative approaches for cancer prevention and treatment.Ederer F, Church TR, Mandel IS: Fecal occult blood screening in the Minnesota study: role of chance detection of lesions. / Natl Cancer ... Lang CA, Ransohoff DF: Fecal occult blood screening for colorectal cancer: is mortality reduced by chance selection for screening colonoscopy? IAMA 1994 ... Wagner JL, Tunis S, Brown M, et al: Cost- effectiveness of colorectal cancer screening in average-risk adults.
|Title||:||Cancer Prevention and Early Diagnosis in Women|
|Publisher||:||Mosby Incorporated - 2004|