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December 10, 2003 by Lucent Books .
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In charting this remarkable history, the book showcases twenty discoveries across the centuries. Get this from a library. Chemotherapy. [Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen] -- Discusses the impact of chemotherapy as a treatment for cancer, its history and development, challenges it presents, and.
The concluding chapter addresses the social impact of great medical discoveries. Articles are gathered from diverse sources, including Time and the Journal of the American Medical Association. Discussion questions, an appendix of pertinent documents, a chronology of discoveries, and a lengthy listing of further reading are : Greenhaven Press.
A major discovery was the advantage of using multiple chemotherapy drugs (known as combination chemotherapy) over single agents. Some types of very fast-growing leukemia and lymphoma (tumors involving the cells of the bone marrow and lymph nodes, respectively) responded very well to combination chemo, and clinical trials led to gradual.
10) Vitamins – The discovery of vitamins by Frederick Hopkins and contemporaries, accomplished through feeding studies using animals at the start of the s, led to a far better understanding of nutrient and helped to prevent many illnesses and conditions that resulted from deficiencies.
9) HIV – HIV was discovered in the s by Robert Gallo and Luc Montagnier and following an influx. In truth, the title of this book should be Serendipitous Medical Discoveries rather than Accidental ones but that title wouldnt empathize the dumb luck part of the process.
As the Dr. Robert Winters clearly points out in the preface of the book, Serendipity is about two separate but related parts; Accidental and Sagacity (wisdom).4/5. The era of cancer chemotherapy began in the s with the first use of nitrogen mustards and folic acid antagonist drugs.
The targeted therapy revolution has arrived, but many of the principles and limitations of chemotherapy discovered by the early researchers still apply. Much debate occurs today about whether a country’s chosen health system impedes or encourages discovery and invention in the medical field.
The fact is innovation occurs wherever fertile and creative minds are trying to address real human need. The use of chemotherapy to treat cancer began at the start of the 20th century with attempts to narrow the universe of chemicals that might affect the disease by developing methods to screen chemicals using transplantable tumors in rodents.
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