Introduction Part I Cancer Statistics: Some Facts
Chapter 1 Assessing the magnitude of the problem
Chapter 2 The problem is growing, not going away Part II What Is Cancer?
Chapter 3 Cancer through the ages
Chapter 4 Our current understanding Part III How Is Cancer Treated?
Chapter 5 The cancer-cell kill paradigm: Hypotheses and corollaries
Chapter 6 Chemotherapy drugs
Chapter 7 Treatment outcomes: Dismal by any standard Part IV Why Does This System Persist?
Chapter 8 The role of the National Cancer Institute
Chapter 9 Publications: The facts and nothing but the facts?
Chapter 10 From the doctors' perspective
Chapter 11 From the patients' perspective Part V Where Do We Go From Here?
Chapter 12 A vision for the future
Chapter 13 Shifting from the cell-kill paradigm to molecular therapies