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1944 2
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1946 90
1947 97
1948 62
1949 61
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1951 77
1952 181
1953 160
1954 121
1955 111
1956 101
1957 119
1958 93
1959 100
1960 95
1961 93
1962 68
1963 35
1964 39
1965 11
1966 1
1968 1
1989 17
1991 2
1993 4
1994 4
1995 95
1996 172
1997 238
1998 266
1999 247
2000 291
2001 271
2002 327
2003 266
2004 337
2005 335
2006 395
2007 353
2008 472
2009 404
2010 420
2011 482
2012 520
2013 579
2014 628
2015 624
2016 600
2017 584
2018 633
2019 362
2020 22
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Cancer chemoprevention - selected molecular mechanisms.
Walczak K, et al. Postepy Hig Med Dosw (Online) 2017 - Review. PMID 28258675 Free article.
Cancer chemoprevention assumes the use of natural or synthetic biologically active substances in order to prevent, inhibit or reverse the progression of cancer. ...The role of chemopreventive agents in the inflammatory process, the metabolism of xenobiotics and multidrug resistance has been also characterized....
Cancer chemoprevention assumes the use of natural or synthetic biologically active substances in order to prevent, inhibit or reverse …
Dietary phytochemicals and cancer chemoprevention: a review of the clinical evidence.
Kotecha R, et al. Oncotarget 2016 - Review. PMID 27232756 Free PMC article.
Cancer chemoprevention involves the use of different natural or biologic agents to inhibit or reverse tumor growth. Epidemiological and pre-clinical data suggest that various natural phytochemicals and dietary compounds possess chemopreventive properties, and in-vitro and animal studies support that these compounds may modulate signaling pathways involved in cell proliferation and apoptosis in transformed cells, enhance the host immune system and sensitize malignant cells to cytotoxic agents. ...
Cancer chemoprevention involves the use of different natural or biologic agents to inhibit or reverse tumor growth. Epidemiological a …
The challenges for cancer chemoprevention.
Penny LK and Wallace HM. Chem Soc Rev 2015 - Review. PMID 26595684
The key principles of cancer chemoprevention are discussed and areas for improvement highlighted. Despite significant progress, chemoprevention has not been widely adopted. ...With cancer and its treatment being a global issue, the opportunities offered by chemoprevention must be re-evaluated and uptake of chemoprevention actively encouraged. ...
The key principles of cancer chemoprevention are discussed and areas for improvement highlighted. Despite significant progress, ch
Chemoprevention: A new concept for cancer prevention in primary care.
Emery JD, et al. Aust J Gen Pract 2018. PMID 31212398 Free article.
On the basis of metaanalyses of large prevention trials, a new paradigm in primary prevention – chemoprevention – is beginning to enter the realms of primary care for specific populations. ...DISCUSSION: These expected frequency trees can serve as risk-communication aids to support shared decision making and the implementation of new chemoprevention guidelines in general practice....
On the basis of metaanalyses of large prevention trials, a new paradigm in primary prevention – chemoprevention – is beginning to ent …
The failure of cancer chemoprevention.
Potter JD. Carcinogenesis 2014 - Review. PMID 24618374
Cardiovascular chemoprevention is successful via control of hyperlipidemias and hypertension. However, chemoprevention of cancer is an almost universal failure: not only are some results null; even more frequently, there is an excess of disease, including disease that the agents were chosen specifically to reduce. ...The major problems with cancer chemoprevention are presented. This is followed by a hypothesis to explain the failure of cancer chemoprevention as an enterprise, arguing that the central tenets that underpin it are flawed and showing why, far from doing good, cancer chemoprevention causes harm....
Cardiovascular chemoprevention is successful via control of hyperlipidemias and hypertension. However, chemoprevention of canc …
Thromboprophylaxis in Spinal Surgery
Mosenthal WP, et al. Spine (Phila Pa 1976) 2018 - Review. PMID 28820759
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