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    John M. Pezzuto, Ole Vang, editors.
    Summary: This book discusses the efficacy of various naturally occurring chemopreventive agents in preventing or delaying cancer. It focuses on the holistic chemopreventive concept, demonstrating the relevant response is the combined effect of a series of compounds that alone have been shown to have some effect in different experimental models. Written by leading experts in the field, the contributions provide details of research on various chemopreventive agents. Offering insights into the unique molecular targets and mechanisms, safety issues, molecular efficacy, and occurrence in nature of these compounds, the book is a valuable resource for all scientists working in biomedicine, and specifically in cancer research. .

    1. Chemoprevention of Cancer: Past, Present, and Future
    2. Resveratrol for Cancer Prevention: Current Gaps and Opportunities
    3. Pterostilbene as a Potent Chemopreventive Agent in Cancer
    4. Pharmacokinetics and Bioavailability Enhancement of Natural Products
    5. Vitamin D Compounds and Cancer Stem Cells in Cancer Prevention
    6. Anti-cancer Effects of Silibinin: The Current Status in Cancer Chemoprevention
    7. Adjuvant Value of Turmeric Extract (Containing Curcumin) in Colorectal Cancer Management
    8. Cancer Prevention by Tea Polyphenols
    9. The Chemopreventive Power of Isothiocyanates
    10. Xanthohumol and Structurally Related Prenylflavonoids for Cancer Chemoprevention and Control
    11. Anthocyanins and Cancer Prevention 12. Grape Chemopreventive Agents Against Angiogenesis and Metastasis
    13. Punica granatum L. Constituents for Cancer Prevention, Chemosensitisation and Therapeutic Treatment
    14. Cancer Chemopreventive Potential of Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor Inhibitors from Natural Products
    15. Anti-cancer Dynamics of Natural Phytochemical Inhibitors of Cyclin-Dependent Kinases
    16. Pro-apoptotic Properties of Chemopreventive Agents
    17. The Use of Anti-Inflammatory Agents for Cancer Chemoprevention
    18. Combination Cancer Chemoprevention by Targeting the Epigenome
    19. Perspective: A Positive Cocktail Effect of the Bioactive Components in the Diet.
    Digital Access Springer 2020