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52 Cards in this Set

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Who Gets Cancer?
1 in 3 Americans
Pediatric Malignancies
ALL
Neuroblastoma
Young Adult Malignancies
Testicular cancer
Hodgkins disease
China Cancer
Lung Cancer
Japan Cancer
Gastic Cancer
Russia Cancer
Hepatocellular Cancer
(due to alcohol consumption)
Iran Cancer
Esophageal Cancer
Australia Cancer
Melanoma
Africa Cancer
Non-hodgkin's lymphoma
(HIV infections)
Ukraine Cancer
Thryoid Cancer
(Chernobyl)
Europe Cancer
Breast Cancer
USA Cancer
Prostate Cancer
Canada Cancer
Colon Cancer
Latin America Cancer
Cervical cancer
Why Cancer?
-genetics
-viruses/lifestyle
-inflammation
-heat
-metaplasia
-transitions
-diet
Who Gets Cancer?
1 in 3 Americans
Pediatric Malignancies
ALL
Neuroblastoma
Young Adult Malignancies
Testicular cancer
Hodgkins disease
China Cancer
Lung Cancer
Japan Cancer
Gastic Cancer
Russia Cancer
Hepatocellular Cancer
(due to alcohol consumption)
Iran Cancer
Esophageal Cancer
Australia Cancer
Melanoma
Africa Cancer
Non-hodgkin's lymphoma
(HIV infections)
Ukraine Cancer
Thryoid Cancer
(Chernobyl)
Europe Cancer
Breast Cancer
USA Cancer
Prostate Cancer
Canada Cancer
Colon Cancer
Latin America Cancer
Cervical cancer
Why Cancer?
-genetics
-viruses/lifestyle
-inflammation
-heat
-metaplasia
-transitions
-diet
Early Detection Targets
Skin, uterine, breast, lung, esophageal, lymphoma, prostate, colorectal, testicular
Goals of Cancer Treatment
Cure
Prolong life
Palliation
Organ preservation
Economic
Endpoints of Cancer
Progressive disease
Stable disease
Partial response
Complete response
Surgery Limitations
Quality of Life
Metastasis
Radiation Limitations
quality of life
cell cycle resistance
hypoxic cell resistance
intrinsic resistance
metastasis
Chemotherapy Limitations
quality of life/toxicity
resistance
sanctuary sites
Strike
Surrender
Starve
Direct cytotoxicity
Apoptosis
Anti-angiogenesis
Local treatments
Radiofrequency ablation
Cryotherapy
Regional treatments
Embolization
Hyperthermia
Regional chemo
Systemic treatments
Hormonal
Biological
Monoclonal antibodies
Radioisotopes
Tumor vaccines
Gene therapy
Hypoxic cell sensitizers
Specific molecular targets
Anti-angiogenesis agents
Alternative/complementary tx
Non Surgical Cancers (HEME)
ALL
AML
HL
NHL
Multiple myeloma
Treatments
ALL
AML
HL
NHL
MM
-VAD
-ARA-C
-ABVD
-CHOP
-aklylating agent + steroid or VAD
Non Surgical Cancers (ONC)
Testicular
Small cell lung cancer
Anal
Locally advanced cervical cancer
Nasopharyngeal
Treatments
Testicular
Small Cell Lung
Anal
Cervical
Nasopharyngeal
PEB, orchiectomy, surgery
Platinum/VP-16 + XRT
Mitomycin C/5-FU + XRT
Cisplatin + XRT
Radiation + chemo
Surgical Cancers
CNS, head, neck, GI, sarcoma, melanoma, skin, lung, breast, ovarian, endometrial
Cancer associated viruses
HPV-cervical, vulvar, anal
HIV-NHL, Kaposi's, skin ca
HBV, HCV-hepatocellular ca
Alcohol Associated Cancers
Esophageal cancer, head and neck
Breast cancer (due to hormone interaction)
Hepatocellular cancer (due to chronic inflammation)
Cigarette Smoke Associated CA
Lung, esophageal, head, neck
Renal cell, bladder
AML
Cervical
Pancreatic
BIG Cancers
Lung
Colon
Breast
Prostate
Problems Today
Lung cancer in women
Esophogeal adenocarcinoma
Melanoma
NML
Hepatocellular cancer
Cure
5 year disease free survival
Whats in food
Fiber
Water
Carbohydrates
Fats
Proteins
Vitamins
Minerals
Phytochemicals
Phytonutrients
Micronutrients