Molecular Pathology of Gynecologic Cancer focuses on putting
successful molecular strategies into practice for the treatment of
gynecologic cancer. The volume begins with an explication of the
editors' hypothesis that cancer is mainly a disease of the cell
cycle, based on the deregulation of the physiological process of
cell reproduction. The following eleven chapters focus on specific
issues in gynecologic cancers, including: a proposed model of
ovarian serous carcinogenesis, molecular markers for ovarian
epithelial cancer, an overview of the pathology of endometrial
cancer, molecular genetic aspects of endometrial carcinoma and
cervical cancer, a natural history of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)
as it relates to cervical cancer, and hereditary issues in
gynecologic cancers. The concluding chapter proposes and outlines a
holistic approach to the treatment of female cancer patients. This
new volume in Humana's Current Clinical Oncology(TM) series will be
necessary reading for clinicians and experimental researchers
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