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A must-have resource for oncologists, researchers, and other cancer care professionals!
This comprehensive yet concise reference includes clinical trial results of more than 190 targeted therapy and immunotherapy agents.
Immunotherapy trial results expanded
Tumor immunology section added
Recent landmark trial results incorporated
FDA approvals highlighted
Approach clinical challenges from any direction. Chapters organized by tumor type, pathway, and drug name.
Find information quickly and easily, using a color-coded, intuitive format.
Small enough to fit in your lab coat pocket. Or, download the eBook to your smartphone or other device for even more convenient referencing.
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Easily convert to audiobook, powering your content with natural language text-to-speech. This comprehensive yet concise pocket reference covers more than 190 targeted therapy and immunotherapy cancer agents.
Given the explosion in the development of targeted therapies and immunotherapies in cancer, keeping up with this deluge of knowledge and the results associated with the hundreds of clinical trials is undoubtedly a daunting task. Thus, the main purpose of this little pocket book is to make these results more easily accessible to clinicians and cancer researchers alike.
The book is intended not just for medical oncologists, as would be obvious, but also for laboratory scientists, pharmacists, nurses, residents, clinical fellows, midlevel providers, postdoctoral fellows, and related staff who would be interested in clinical and translational cancer research.
Written primarily by medical oncologists involved in large phase I clinical trials at major cancer centers, this endeavor is approached primarily from the perspective of clinician investigators. The book is well written and well organized. For the sake of convenience, it is dived into four major sections.
The first section, "Targets by Organ Site," is organized by tumor type and molecular target and describes clinical experience with various targeted agents and immunotherapies in a succinct and easy-to-read table format. Section two, "Carcinogenesis from the Perspective of Targeted Therapy and Immunotherapy," is an interesting section built on the hallmarks of canc
Handbook of Targeted Cancer Therapy and Immunotherapy