Atlas of Cancer
Maurie Markman, MD, Volume Editor
2002; hard cover, full color, over 600 pages
The speed at which this information is being generated and presented at scientific meetings , in the peer-reviewed medical literature, and to the public poses a problem for practiceing oncologists . How can they stay current? What data are truly relevant for standard clinical care and which novel biologic concepts should they attempt to incorporate into their thinking about how cancer develops and chould be managed? Keeping "up-to-date"is critically important, but the task can be daunting.A number of oncology texts describe, often in great detail, the standard treatment of cancer.