Cancer Control Journal

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

October 2006


Understanding the Uncommon Thoracic Tumors (PDF file: 48 KB)
Tawee Tanvetyanon, MD


Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma: A Comprehensive Review  (PDF file: 284 KB)
Roohi Ismail-Khan, MD, Lary A. Robinson, MD, Charles C. Williams, Jr, MD, Christopher R. Garrett, MD, Gerold Bepler, MD, PhD, and George R. Simon, MD

Solitary Fibrous Tumor of the Pleura  (PDF file: 156 KB)
Lary A. Robinson, MD

Large-Cell Neuroendocrine Carcinoma of the Lung  (PDF file: 180 KB)
Felix G. Fernandez, MD, and Richard J. Battafarano, MD, PhD

Lymphangioleiomyomatosis (PDF file: 554 KB)
Angelo Taveira-DaSilva, MD, PhD, Wendy K. Steagall, PhD, and Joel Moss, MD, PhD

Tracheobronchial Gland Tumors  (PDF file: 344 KB)
Henning A. Gaissert, MD, and Eugene J. Mark, MD


Building Community Capacity to Participate in Cancer Prevention Research  (PDF file: 144 KB)
Martha M. McKinney, PhD, Bryan J. Weiner, PhD, and William R. Carpenter, PhD

Cancer, Culture and Literacy: 5th Biennial Conference Highlights – Solutions for Addressing Health Disparities Through Community Partnerships (PDF file: 100 KB)
Chrystyna Pospolyta, MPH, Dina Martinez, MA, MPH, Janelle Menard, MA, MPH, and Cathy D. Meade, PhD, RN, FAAN

Selected Clinical Research Protocols Relating to Unusual Thoracic Tumors (PDF file: 44 KB)

Ten Best Readings Relating to Unusual Thoracic Tumors (PDF file: 48 KB)
Tawee Tanvetyanon,

Index for Volume 13 (PDF file: 76 KB)

Peer Reviewers for 2006 (PDF file: 36 KB)



About the photography in this issue:

The photography of Henry Domke, MD, reveals the beauty of nature that’s close to home but rarely seen. While the subjects themselves are not exotic, his fresh approach to nature photography helps others discover the spectacular colors, textures, patterns, and form of native plants and animals. Dr. Domke’s early training in natural history and interest in art led him to take time out from his work as a family practice physician to pursue advanced art training in the mid 1990s. Photography allows him to combine the critical eye of a physician with that of a creative, innovative, passionate artist, and his technical abilities help him create a unique vision of the natural world. For further information, contact Henry Domke, MD, at (573) 295-6359, e-mail him at, or visit


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