Progress in clinical chemoprevention.

Abstract

Chemoprevention has four goals: (1) inhibition of carcinogens, (2) logical intervention for persons at genetic risk for cancer, (3) treatment of precancerous lesions, and (4) confirmation and translation of leads from dietary epidemiology into intervention strategies. The National Cancer Institute has described a multidisciplinary, cancer science-based… (More)

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@article{Kelloff1997ProgressIC, title={Progress in clinical chemoprevention.}, author={Gary J. Kelloff and Ernest T. Hawk and Judith E. Karp and John A. Crowell and Charles Boone and Vivienne Steele and Ronald A. Lubet and Caroline C. Sigman}, journal={Seminars in oncology}, year={1997}, volume={24 2}, pages={241-52} }