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BRINGING DISCOVERY TO LIFE: Innovative Agents in Development for the Treatment and Prevention of Cancer

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MARCH/APRIL SUPPLEMENT 2002

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BRINGING DISCOVERY TO LIFE:
Innovative Agents in Development for the Treatment and Prevention of Cancer

Anti-aromatase Agents in the Treatment and Prevention of Breast Cancer
Paul Goss, MD, PhD, FRCPC, FRCP(UK)
Endocrine and Clinical Endpoints of Exemestane as Neoadjuvant Therapy
William R. Miller, PhD, DSc, and J. Michael Dixon, BSc, MB ChB, MD, FRCS, FRCSEd
The Expanding Role of Epirubicin in the Treatment of Breast Cancer
Stefan Glück, MD, PhD

Celecoxib: A Specific COX-2 Inhibitor With Anticancer Properties
Alane T. Koki, PhD, and Jaime L. Masferrer, PhD



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About the art in this supplement:

“Paradise on Earth” is what the Seychelles are often called. Seemingly forgotten out in the middle of the Indian Ocean, a thousand miles from Africa, this archipelago of more than a hundred islands stretches for hundreds of miles. The warm waters, high standards, and friendly people draw many visitors year after year to these Jewels in the Ocean that are the Seychelles. Island names such as Mahe, Praslin, La Digue, Aldabra, and Desroches have enchanted travelers for years.

Photographs by Michele Sassi. La Digue Island, c. 2001. Seychelles Islands, Indian Ocean.

 

 
 
 
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