Cancer by Joseph, Ph.D. Panno
The Role of Genes, Lifestyle, and Environment (New Biology)

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Cancer has been the driving force behind innumerable studies, leading to the discovery of oncogenes (or cancer-causing genes) and helping us understand the inner world of the cell. This knowledge has not only provided us with the ammunition we need to fight cancer, it has also paved the way for many powerful therapies that will someday rid the world of other noxious diseases, including AIDS, Alzheimer's disease, and the infirmities that strike us as we grow old.

Cancer, Revised Edition explores the many facets of cancer research, from basic genetic and cellular mechanisms to the danger of carcinogens and the influence of lifestyle. This edition contains updated and revised material throughout, three new chapters, and many new drawings and photographs, all of which are now in full color.


About Joseph, Ph.D. Panno

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Joseph Panno, Ph.D., holds a degree in biology from Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, and specializes in molecular biology and physiology. He has taught a variety of undergraduate biology courses and has been published in numerous peer-reviewed publications including
Published September 1, 2010 by Facts on File. 246 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Young Adult, Science & Math, Health, Fitness & Dieting.

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