Cancer Chemoprevention. A New Way to Treat Cancer Before It Happens
Cancer chemoprevention uses noncytotoxic drugs or nutrients to prevent, retard, or delay carcinogenesis. The future of cancer chemoprevention depends on understanding key cellular growth and proliferation-controlling events, developing markers of molecular carcinogenesis, surrogate endpoint biomarkers, and targeted chemopreventive approaches.
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