Cancer Control Journal

This peer-reviewed journal contains articles on the spectrum of actions and approaches needed to reduce the impact of human malignancy.

JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2004

Editorial

When the Going Gets Tough . . . (PDF file: 60Kb)
Caio Max S. Rocha Lima, MD

Articles

Genetics and Prevention of Pancreatic Cancer (CME) (PDF file: 192Kb)
Dale Vimalachandran, MB, ChB, MRCS, Paula Ghaneh, MB, ChB, FRCS, Eithne Costello, BSc, PhD, and John P. Neoptolemos, MD, FRCS

Applications of Endoscopic Ultrasonography in Pancreatic Cancer (CME) (PDF file: 152Kb)
Shyam Varadarajulu, MD, and Michael B. Wallace, MD, MPH

Surgical Management of Early-Stage Pancreatic Cancer (CME)(PDF file: 160Kb)
Emmanuel E. Zervos, MD, Alexander S. Rosemurgy, MD, Osama Al-Saif, MD, and Alan J. Durkin, MD

Molecular-Targeted Agents in Pancreatic Cancer(CME) (PDF file: 140Kb)
Everardo D. Saad, MD, and Paulo M. Hoff, MD, FACP

Palliative Care in Pancreatic Cancer (CME) (PDF file: 104Kb)
Frank J. Brescia, MD, MA, FACP

 

5-Fluorouracil–Induced Coronary Vasospasm (CME) (PDF file: 132Kb)
Laura K. Shoemaker, DO, Umesh Arora, MD, and Caio Max S. Rocha Lima, MD

 Departments

Ten Best Readings: Pancreatic Cancer Clinical (PDF file: 108Kb)

Research Protocols: Pancreatic Cancer (PDF file: 64Kb)

The Role of Cancer Cooperative Groups Within the Spectrum of Cancer Care (PDF file: 184Kb)
James J. Dignam, PhD



 ABOUT THE ART IN THIS ISSUE:

Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919), a French impressionist painter, is noted for his radiant, intimate paintings on canvas, particularly of the female nude. Recognized as one of the greatest and most independent painters of his period, Renoir is known for the harmony of his lines, the brilliance of his color, and the intimate charm of his wide variety of subjects.  He was as much interested in painting the single human figure or family group portraits as he was in landscapes.

Cover:
Dance at Bougival, 1883

Table of Contents:
At the Piano, 1897
The Skiff, 1878
Reading, 1890
Oarsman at Chatou, 1879
Roses, 1890
Luncheon, 1881