This peer-reviewed journal contains articles on the spectrum of actions and approaches needed to reduce the impact of human malignancy.
Endometrial Cancer: Contemporary Insights Into Our Most Common Gynecologic Cancer (PDF file: 40 KB)
Robert M. Wenham, MD, MS
Employment and Quality of Survivorship Among Women With Cancer: Domains Not Captured by Quality of Life Instruments (PDF file: 104 KB)
Linda M. Frazier, MD, MPH, Virginia A. Miller, MS, Douglas V. Horbelt, MD, James E. Delmore, MD, Brigitte E. Miller, MD, and Ellen P. Averett, PhD, MHSA
Multiple Keratoacanthomas Arising in the Setting of Sorafenib Therapy: Novel Chemoprophylaxis With Bexarotene (PDF file: 124 KB)
Christina B. Marquez, BS, Erica E. Smithberger, MD, Sarah M. Bair, MD, Robert M. Wenham, MD, MS, Neil A. Fenske, MD, L. Frank Glass, MD, and Basil S. Cherpelis, MD
Cancer, Culture and Literacy
Health Literacy Demands of Written Health Information Materials: An Assessment of Cervical Cancer Prevention Materials (PDF file: 160 KB)
Deborah Helitzer, ScD, Christine Hollis, MPH, MPS, Jane Cotner, MS, MPH, and Nancy Oestreicher, MS
Storytelling for Promoting Colorectal Cancer Screening Among Underserved Latina Women: A Randomized Pilot Study (PDF file: 160 KB)
Linda K. Larkey, PhD, Ana Maria Lopez, MD, MPH, FACP, Archana Minnal, MPH, and Julie Gonzalez, MPA
Selected Clinical Research Protocols Relating to Endometrial Cancer (PDF file:44 KB)
Ten Best Readings Relating to Endometrial Cancer (PDF file: 52 KB)
Robert M. Wenham, MD, MS
About the art in this issue:
Besides being a painter, Marguerite Bride is also a registered nurse. When she moved to the Berkshires in western Massachusetts in 1995, she started pursuing her lifelong dream of becoming an artist. Born and raised in New England, she has spent the last 10 years capturing the beauty of the buildings, farmsteads, countrysides and street scenes in watercolor. Her love of painting buildings brought many requests for custom house portraits, resulting in a specialty for which she has become widely known and respected. Her work is exhibited in numerous public buildings and in private collections in the United States, France, Italy, and England. Visit http://www.margebride.com to see more of her paintings.
Tyringham Wheel. Watercolor, 12″ × 8″.
Table of Contents:
Old Round Barn. Watercolor, 11″ × 15″.
Paris or Pittsfield? Watercolor, 12″ × 12″.
Barn Light. Watercolor, 12″ × 18″.
Winter’s End. Watercolor, 10″ × 14″.
Country Farm II. Watercolor, 10″ × 15″.
West Cornwall Station. Watercolor, 8″ × 11″.
St. Joe’s on North Street. Watercolor, 14″ × 30″.