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 1999



Guest Editorial: Managing Esophageal Cancer
Richard C. Karl, MD


Barrett's Esophagus and Barrett's-Associated Neoplasia: Etiology and Pathologic Features  
Domenico Coppola, MD, and Richard C. Karl, MD 

Endosonographic Staging of Esophageal Cancer 
H. Worth Boyce, Jr, MD, FACP, MACG 


Surgical Approaches to Esophageal Cancer 
Steven C. Teng, MD, and Richard C. Karl, MD

Neoadjuvant Therapy for Cancer of the Esophagus   
Robert J. Green, MD, and Daniel G. Haller, MD

The Role of Radiation Therapy in the Management of Esophageal Cancer 
N. V. Raman, MD, and William Small, Jr, MD

Nutritional Management of Patients With Esophageal and Esophagogastric Junction Cancer 
Diane Riccardi, MPH, RD, CNSD, and Kathryn Allen, RD

Palliation of Dysphagia of Esophageal Cancer by Endoscopic Lumen Restoration Techniques 
H. Worth Boyce, Jr, MD, FACP, MACG


Imaging in Oncology: Imaging in Bone Marrow Transplantation
Robert A. Clark, MD

Ten Best Readings on Cancer of the Esophagus
Richard C. Karl, MD

Special Report: Laparoscopic Adrenal Resection - Changing Techniques for Changing Indications
James Norman, MD, and Kenneth D. Baker, MD


The artwork appearing on the Cancer Control Journal Index features Cayo Costa Island #2, © 1988. Photographed by Clyde Butcher. Cayo Costa Island State Park, Florida. Silver-gelatin fiber photograph.

The images appearing in each of the articles for this issue also have been photographed by Clyde Butcher:

Gaskin Bay #1, © 1989. Ten Thousand Islands, Florida. Silver-gelatin fiber photograph.
Cayo Costa Island #3, © 1991. Cayo Costa Island State Park, Florida. Silver-gelatin fiber photograph.
Dunes, © 1983. Cape San Blas, Florida. Silver-gelatin fiber photograph.
Little Butternut Key, © 1997. Everglades National Park, Florida Bay. Silver-gelatin fiber photograph.
Lake Istokpoga #4, © 1989. Lake Placid, Florida. Silver-gelatin fiber photograph.
Tamiami Trail #2, © 1990. Big Cypress National Preserve, Florida. Silver-gelatin fiber photograph.
Linderman Key, © 1997. Biscayne Bay, Florida. Silver-gelatin fiber photograph.

Artist’s Statement: "Wilderness, to me, is a spiritual necessity. When my son was killed by a drunk driver, it was to the wilderness that I fled in hopes of regaining my serenity and equilibrium. The mysterious spiritual experience of being close to nature helped restore my soul. During that time, I discovered the intimate beauty of Florida. My experience reinforced my sense of dedication to use my photographs as an inspiration for others to work together to save nature’s places of spiritual sanctuary for future generations."

Clyde Butcher, Big Cypress Gallery, 52388 Tamiami Trail, HC61 Box 16, Ochopee, FL 34141. Telephone: 941-695-2428; fax: 941-695-2670; e-mail: Homepage: