By Jacob D. Bitran, MD, FACP
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Expert Guide to
Oncology provides the primary care physician with the essential
knowledge of clinical oncology to address the needs of cancer
patients and to build the framework for continuing dialogue with
the oncology/hematology specialist, surgeon, and radiation
oncologist. This book is designed to demystify cancer medicine and
provide solid advice to physicians who care for cancer
- "An outstanding book for the general internist.
It is succinct and to the point."
- --William L. Medd, MD, FACP
- 232 pages, 2000, softcover
- Product #330300990
- ISBN 10: 0-943126-88-6
- ISBN 13: 978-0-943126-88-3
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Table of Contents
The Pathogenesis of Malignant Transformation
Establishing a Diagnosis
Cancer Staging and Diagnostics
Head and Neck and Thoracic Malignances
Melanoma, Sarcoma, Central Nervous System Malignancies, and Unknown