mardi 2 février 2010

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World Health Organization World Cancer Day and your Top 10 Cancer articles



Cancer is a leading cause of death around the world. WHO estimates that 84 million people will die of cancer between 2005 and 2015 without intervention.That's why the WHO is a joint sponsor of World Cancer Day on February 4th.

In recognition of this day, Wiley-Blackwell has compiled a list of cancer articles likely to be useful in a medical library. These articles have been made free for a 60-day period so that your library has access to the latest cancer reference material.

For easy circulation, download the pdf version of the articles below and share with your colleagues and physicians

DOWNLOAD PDFTop 10 Cancer Articles from Wiley-Blackwell



  1. CA- Annual Statistics Issue
  2. Cancer- Annual report to the nation on the status of cancer, 1975-2006, featuring colorectal cancer trends and impact of interventions (risk factors, screening, and treatment) to reduce future rates
  3. Cancer- New law will place important restrictions on tobacco
  4. International Journal of Cancer - Incident cancer burden attributable to excess body mass index in 30 European countries
  5. AJCO- Optimizing the management of advanced breast cancer in the Asia–Pacific region: Role of clinical trials and treatment guidelines
  6. BJU International- NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR CLINICAL EXCELLENCE GUIDELINE ON PROSTATE CANCER AND THE FUTURE OF CRYOTHERAPY
  7. International Journal of Cancer- Guidelines for human papillomavirus DNA test requirements for primary cervical cancer screening in women 30 years and older
  8. American Journal of Hematology - Prodromal myeloproliferative neoplasms: The 2008 WHO classification
  9. The Breast Journal – Implementation of the Suggested Guidelines for Breast Cancer Risk, Genetics, and Risk Assessment: The Critical Need for Educating Practicing Physicians
  10. American Journal of Industrial Medicine - Developments in asbestos cancer risk assessment


Un autre Article que je trouve très Intéressant :
« Nutrition et prévention des cancers : des connaissances scientifiques aux recommandations »
(PDF - 3,53 Mo)

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