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Influence of the Host on Tumor Development : Cancer Growth and Progression - Ronald B. Herberman

Influence of the Host on Tumor Development

Cancer Growth and Progression

By: Ronald B. Herberman (Editor)

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Published: 1988
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See entry RC269, Comparative aspects of tumor development.

1. Selected aspects of differentiation in malignant neoplastic growth.- 2. Some biochemical aspects of the metastatic dissemination of tumor cells.- 3. Tumor dormant states in man.- 4. Regenerative potential, innervation and oncogenesis.- 5. Regression of neoplasms in man.- 6. Regression of neoplasms in vertebrates.- 7. Regression of neoplasms in invertebrates with special emphasis on mollusca.- 8. Tumor reversal and tumor suppression in plants.- 9. A biological approach to an understanding of regression.- 10. Preconditions in the host-tumor relationship during local recurrence.- 11. Response of the central nervous system to cancer: general features and cancer-related dementias.- 12. Increased intracranial pressure.- 13. Cardiac and pulmonary complications of cancer.- 14. Dermatologic effects of cancer.- 15. Hematologic complications of cancer from the species specific view.- 16. Endocrine and metabolic function in patients with neoplastic disease.- 17. Hormone production by tumors: ectopia or gene derepression.- 18. Immunosuppression by metastatic tumors.- 19. Abnormal variation of the immune system as related to cancer.- 20. Animal models for liver metastasis.- 21. Problems in the assessment of lung cancer risk posed by ambient air pollutants.- 22. Carcinogenic activity of drinking water as related to the tumor initiating and promoting activity of trihalomethanes.- Index of subjects.

ISBN: 9780898389937
ISBN-10: 0898389933
Series: Cancer Growth and Progression
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 192
Published: 1988
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 28.0 x 21.6  x 1.3
Weight (kg): 0.82