| Lectures || Tumors of the digestive tract || 2012 |
Pancreatic tumors Pancreatic cancer Pancreatic cystadenocarcinoma Cancer Vater's nipple Extrahepatic bile duct cancer Gall bladder cancer Benign liver tumors Malignant liver tumors
| Lectures || A quick guide to the diagnosis and treatment of major gynecological diseases || 2011 |
A brief guide to the diagnosis and treatment of major gynecological oncological diseases Pretumor diseases of the vulva
Pretumor diseases of the cervix Cancer of the cervix Uterine tumors of the endometrium Uterine sarcoma Tumor formation in the pelvis originating from the genitals Ovarian cancer Cancer of the fallopian tube Trophoblastic disease Choriocarcinoma
| Lectures || Materials of the XIV Russian Cancer Congress || 2010 |
The collection contains reports presented at the XIV Russian Cancer Congress by leading domestic and foreign experts and devoted to urgent problems of clinical and experimental oncology. The collection also includes abstracts of scientific works of oncologists in Russia and the CIS countries.
In 2010, it is planned to publish a collection of materials of the XIV Russian Cancer Congress.
| A.I. Rukavishnikov || Cancer alphabet || 2007 |
| The training manual is devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of solid cancer based on its cause - cancer cells. |
The chapters discuss modern knowledge about carcinogenesis and its sources, the properties of cancer cells and their molecular causes in comparison with a normal cell of the same type.
On this basis, modern methods for the early diagnosis of cancer cells and their elimination are described - methods for the destruction and reversal of cancer cells.
The manual is intended for students of the dental faculty of medical universities and universities. It may be useful for oncologists.
| Petrenko A.A. || DNA Methylation Analysis for Cervical Cancer || 2003 |
| Introduction DNA methylation Distribution of DNA methylation Function of DNA methylation Methylation during development Methylation enzymes Methylation as a dynamic process The role of methylation in carcinogenesis The genetic role of DNA methylation in carcinogenesis Comparative analysis of modern methods of DNA methylation status in DNA carcinogenesis Methods DNA analysis Methods DNA analysis methods identification of CpG islets aberrantly methylated in tumors Conclusion Materials and methods Research results |
| B.V. Afanasyev, I.A. Baldueva, M. B. Belogurova || Pediatric Oncology || 2002 |
| This manual is distinguished by the fact that it includes sections previously considered as the exclusive prerogative of pediatric hematologists - various types of malignant blood lesions in children, although the approach to the diagnosis and treatment of this pathology is characteristic of oncology departments. |
The manual summarizes modern foreign data and the rich practical experience of the staff of the St. Petersburg Center for Advanced Medical Technologies (City Hospital No. 31) and the Center for Hematology of St. Petersburg State Medical University. The basic principles of diagnosis and treatment are given, the doses of radiation exposure and the principles of chemotherapy are given.
The manual is intended for pediatric oncologists, doctors of other specialties.
| Zholondz M. Ya. || Cancer: Healing Practice || 2001 |
| In this book you will find practical recommendations for the treatment of cancer. The author talks in detail about the techniques based on the action of plant poisons. It is important that all conclusions and advice are the result of many years of research by the author. |
Why were poisons needed to cure cancer? What are the strengths and weaknesses of each technique? Can different treatment methods be combined? What plants are useless (or even harmful!)? How to properly control the intake of tinctures and avoid overdose when treating cancer poisons? How to eat during the course of treatment with plant poisons and is it necessary to cleanse the body?
And most importantly: the author offers a methodology for those who are limited in means, and his own treatment option, which he and his family members chose.
This book is the third of those that the author has devoted to cancer research. The first work, Cancer: Only the Truth, is devoted to the errors and errors that have developed in modern oncology; The title of the second book, Cancer: Active Prevention, speaks for itself