Colorectal cancer is one of the major malignancies affecting
westernized societies, both in terms of incidence and as a cause of
mortality: it is, however, a preventable and a detectable disease.
Although most countries do not actively promote preventive policies
for their general population, this trend is gradually changing. In
line with this current development, Colorectal Cancer in Clinical
Practice examines prevention and early detection of this disease,
as well as discussion of management issues. It will provide the
clinician with an accessible and up-to-date guide on the primary
and secondary prevention of colorectal cancer, and will be of
particular interest to primary care physicians and specialists in
gastroenterology, oncology and surgery.
|Country of origin:
• Paul Rozen
• Stephen J. Spann
• Graeme P. Young
||Electronic book text
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