By George Klein, Sidney Weinhouse, Alexander Haddow (Eds.)
Read or Download Advances in Cancer Research, Vol. 13 PDF
Best cancer books
Contemplating the effect of translational breakthroughs at the early detection, prognosis, prevention, and therapy of breast melanoma, this all-encompassing advisor collects state-of-the-art examine at the such a lot promising techniques and brokers prone to influence the administration and long term results of ladies with breast melanoma.
The final twenty years have obvious ground-shifting adjustments within the epidemiology, genetics, analysis and administration of renal melanoma. Advances in analysis have resulted in many tumours being pointed out at an asymptomatic degree. There have additionally been parallel advances in therapy, reminiscent of nephron sparing techniques and radiologically guided ablative techniques.
Extra info for Advances in Cancer Research, Vol. 13
L. , and Weiser, R. 8. (1962). J . Natl. Cancer Inst. 29, 277-292. , McCoy, J. , Perk. K.. and Glynn, J. P. (1968). Cancer &en. 28, 1577-1585. Fisher. E.. , and Fisher, €3. (1969). Nature 221, 287-288. Gorer, P. A. (1961). Advan. Immunol. 1, 345393. Gorer, P. A,, and Amos, D. B. (1956). Cancer Res. 16, 338-343. Gowans, J. L. (1957). Brit. J . Ezpptl. Pathol. 38, 67-78. Gowans, J. L. (1959). J . Physiol. (London) 146, 54-69. Gowans. J. , and Knight, E. J. (1964). Proc. Roy. Soc. (London) B159, 257-282.
A. Bovine Lymphosnrcoma . . . . . VI. Conclusions . . . . . . . References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 40 40 49 50 50 51 52 53 53 59 59 I. Introduction The major hemopoietic neoplasm of the domestic mammals is lymphosarcoma, which is characterized by the infiltration of the lymph nodes and other organs by malignant cells of the lymphoid series. Lymphosarcoma is also the most common of all malignancies in our animals and in certain parts of the world may involve such a large proportion of cattle as to constitute a major economic and public health problem.
E. 60 ~~ 0. A part only (less than one-half) of primary tumors was removed surgically; the piece of tumor was then exposed to 10000 r of X-rays to render it incapable of growth and inoculited into the flank on the side opposite to the site of the primary tumor. Five days later the thoracic duct lymph was examined. b Two weeks after transplantation of syngeneic tumors the immunoblast level in the lymph was normal. At this time a n irradiated graft of the same tumor was implantde into the leg and 5 days later the thoracic duct lymph was examined.
Advances in Cancer Research, Vol. 13 by George Klein, Sidney Weinhouse, Alexander Haddow (Eds.)