1. Lifestyle and Medical Approaches to Cancer Prevention
2. Application of Genetics to the Prevention of Colorectal Cancer
John L. Hopper
3. Genetics and Prevention of Oesophageal Adenocarcinoma
Rebecca C. Fitzgerald
4. Preclinical Models Relevant to Diet, Exercise, and Cancer Risk
R. James Barnard, William J. Aronson
5. Individualizing Interventions for Cancer Prevention
6. Can Animal Models Help Us Select Specific Compounds for Cancer Prevention Trials?
Ernest T. Hawk, Asad Umar, Ronald A. Lubet, Levy Kopelovich, Jaye L. Viner
7. Problems with Using Biomarkers as Surrogate End Points for Cancer: A Cautionary Tale
8. Can a Marker Be a Surrogate for Development of Cancer, and Would We Know It if It Exists?
William B. Armstrong, Thomas H. Taylor, Frank L. Meyskens
9. How Should We Move the Field of Chemopreventive Agent Development Forward in a Productive Manner?
Frank Louis Meyskens, Eva Szabo
10. The Problems with Risk Selection; Scientific and Psychosocial Aspects
11. Chemoprevention of Lung Cancer
Stéphane Vignot, Jean-Philippe Spano, Sylvie Lantuejoul, Fabrice André, Thierry Chevalier, Jean-Charles Soria
12. Anti-nicotine Vaccination: Where Are We?
13. Primary Prevention of Colorectal Cancer: Lifestyle, Nutrition, Exercise
María Elena Martínez
14. Chemoprevention of Colorectal Cancer: Ready for Routine Use?
Nadir Arber, Bernard Levin
15. Screening of Colorectal Cancer: Progress and Problems
Sidney J. Winawer
16. The Role of Endogenous Hormones in the Etiology and Prevention of Breast Cancer: The Epidemiological Evidence
17. Innovative Agents in Cancer Prevention
Margaret M. Manson, Peter B. Farmer, Andreas Gescher, William P. Steward
18. The IARC Commitment to Cancer Prevention: The Example of Papillomavirus and Cervical Cancer
19. Health Economics in the Genomic Age
Thomas D. Szucs
20. Screening for Cancer: Are Resources Being Used Wisely?
Robert M. Kaplan
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