Rosen Publishing

Colon Cancer
 
Library Bound Book
ISBN:
9781404203877
© Year
2006
Reading Level:
Grade 5
Interest Level:
Grades 7 – 12
GRL:
Z
High/Low Resource
Pages:
64 pp.
Size:
7 1/4" x 9 1/4"
Binding:
Library
Language:
English
Features:
Full-color Photographs, Glossary, Index, Bibliography, For Further Information Section, Web Sites
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Colon Cancer


Current and Emerging Trends in Detection and Treatment

By Mark Stokes MD, FACP

Colon cancer is the third leading cause of cancer death, killing approximately 60,000 Americans each year. What makes this statistic especially regrettable is that colon cancer is preventable. This important book explains the science behind the disease, outlining how it is currently diagnosed and treated and the emerging therapies for detection and treatment. The author
shows how lifestyle choices made during the teen years—diet, exercise, and smoking—can impact the future development of colon cancer.



Reviews

Book Review: Colon Cancer
"Highly informative and interesting text. The additional "Help Section" in the back of the book is good. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED."
—Jennifer Larson, Salina High School Central, Salina KS

Can also be purchased as part of:

  • Cancer and Modern Science: Set 1

    Library Set
    • ISBN: 978-1-4042-0627-4
    • Reading Level: Grade 5
    • Interest Level: Grades 7 – 12
    List Price: $127.80 S&L Price:$95.80
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