Mechanisms of Carcinogenesis
Contributions of Molecular Epidemiology
During the last two decades, molecular epidemiology has become an important discipline in cancer research. It has evolved towards the development, validation and application of markers of susceptibility and, more recently, markers of mechanisms of cancer development.
This volume on mechanisms of carcinogenesis covers from an interdisciplinary perspective, the contribution of molecular epidemiology to the understanding of mechanisms of carcinogenesis, and represents a further contribution to the development of molecular epidemiology as a major cancer research domain.
Preface by Paul Kleihues, Director, IARC
Workshop on Mechanisms of Carcinogenesis List of Participants
1) General Considerations
2) Genetic Issues
4) Target Organs
5) Future Studies and Design Considerations
Acknowledgements listed at end of each chapter
References listed at end of each chapter