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In this Special Topics in Biologybooklet, the causes, growth patterns, and possible treatments of various types of cancers are presented in a clear and concise format. The Second Editionprovides updated information on DNA damage and mutations, with new discussions of radiation, environmental toxins and chemicals that can lead to cancer, and a new section that explores the role of viral infections in causing cancer. To provide you with a broader foundation for understanding current research, new co-author Dorothy Lobo has also added material on the properties of cancer and its treatments, including aneuploidy, cancer stem cells, failure of immunosurveillance, and epigenetics.
Table of Contents
II. Understanding cell division-the cell cycle
III. Where do cancer cells come from?
IV. What causes cancer?
V. Cancer treatments