This is the 11th IARC Handbook of Cancer Prevention, and the first in a series focusing on tobacco control. It reviews the scientific literature and evaluates the evidence on changes in the risk of cancer, coronary heart disease, cerebrovascular disease, abdominal aortic aneurysm, peripheral artery disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease observed following smoking cessation. It considers whether the risk of dying from or of developing these diseases decreases after smoking cessation, the time course of the change in risk and whether the risk returns to that of never-smokers? The review and evaluation presented in the Handbook goes on to identify relevant public health and research recommendations.
This is the 11th IARC Handbook of Cancer Prevention, and the first in a series focusing on tobacco control.
Author: IARC Working Group on Reversal of Risk after Quitting Smoking. Meeting
Publisher: IARC Handbooks of Cancer Preve
Author: Organización Internacional para la Investigación del Cáncer
Author: International Agency for Research on Cancer
The prevalence of Oral and Oropharyngeal Cancer continues to rise worldwide, related to the increase in consumption of tobacco, alcohol and other carcinogenic products. However, there has also been a significant reduction in mortality due to increasing awareness, early diagnosis and advances in treatments. This second edition of a bestseller reviews every aspect of the diagnosis and treatment of the orofacial cancer patient. As with the first edition, the book is organized in three parts, covering Pathology and Biology, Clinical Management, and Outcomes and Follow-up.
Tobacco Control: Reversal of Risk After Quitting Smoking. IARC Handbooks of Cancer Prevention No. 11. World Health Organization, 2007. Jovanovic A, Schulten EA, Kostense PJ, Snow GB, van der Waal I. Tobacco and alcohol related to the ...
Author: Jatin P. Shah, MD, FACS
Publisher: CRC Press
Rev. ed. of: Tobacco and public health: science and policy. 2004.
100 Stopped age 35–44 Continuing cigarette smokers % S u r v i v a l f r o m a g e 4 0 80 60 40 Never smoked ... Volume 11, Reversal of Risk after Quitting Smoking, IARC, Lyon, 2007. cigarettes more intensively when young than the ...
Author: Peter Boyle
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Thoroughly revised and updated, this Fourth Edition is the most comprehensive, current reference on lung cancer, with contributions from the world's foremost surgeons, radiation oncologists, medical oncologists, pulmonologists, and basic scientists. Coverage includes complete information on combined modality treatments for small cell and non-small cell lung cancer and on complications of treatment and management of metastases. Emphasis is also given to early detection, screening, prevention, and new imaging techniques. This edition has expanded thoracic oncology chapters including thymus, mesothelioma, and mediastinal tumors, more detailed discussion of targeted agents, and state-of-the-art information on newer techniques in radiotherapy. Other highlights include more international contributors and greater discussion of changes in lung cancer management in each region of the world. A new editor, Giorgio Scagliotti, MD from the University of Turin, has coordinated the accounts of European activities. A companion website includes the full text online and an image bank.
(From Dresler C, Leon M. IARC Handbooks of Cancer Prevention, Tobacco Control, Vol. 11. Reversal of Risk after Quitting Smoking. Lyon, France: International Agency for Research on Cancer, 2007.) 1000 UK (England & Wales) USA Italy ...
Author: Harvey I. Pass
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Sixth edition of the hugely successful, internationally recognised textbook on global public health and epidemiology comprehensively covering the scope, methods, and practice of the discipline.
Risks for heart disease and lung cancer from passive smoking by workers in the catering industry. Toxicological Sciences, 90, 539–48. ... Tobacco Control: Reversal of Risk after Quitting Smoking. IARC Handbooks of Cancer Prevention, ...
Author: Roger Detels
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Preventive medical interventions and non-medicalised public health programmes that promise health benefits in the future, from actions taken now, carry a strong ethical requirement of 'first, do no harm' or primum non nocere. New preventive advice and interventions are being promoted on a daily basis, Disease Prevention: A Critical Toolkit provides a set of appraisal tools to guide those considering a preventive action to make sure that it is effective (does more good than harm), efficient (is a competitive use of scarce resources), and equitable in its impact across society. Case studies and worked examples illustrate the risks and benefits of specific preventive interventions. Divided into 10 chapters this practical and concise book focuses on multiple aspects of prevention including the hierarchy of preventive options; the assessment of causation; finding and appraising scientific evidence; prevention directed at entire populations (as opposed to individuals); measuring chronic disease risk factors and medically managing them: statin treatment of high cholesterol; PSA screening for prostate cancer; genetic screening for future disease risk; and assessing the health equity implications of prevention. Aimed at front-line public health and primary care professionals, Disease Prevention: A Critical Toolkit will equip them with the up-to-date skills necessary to help them better inform and serve their patients and communities.
The risk reduction pattern after quitting smoking is not quite the same for the risks of other health outcomes ... reversal of risk, although this is not the case once severe lung complications of decades of smoking are present, ...
Author: Director Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research and Policy Edinburgh UK Chair Public Health Research and Policy John Frank
Publisher: Oxford University Press
This is a highly practical resource focusing on the application of current guidelines and practice standards in the clinical management of cardiovascular risk factors. It reflects the most current information and clinical practices, including the growing number of biomarkers and genetic variants that have greatly changed the understanding of the pathophysiology of cardiovascular risk. The primer presents concise descriptions of each major cardiovascular risk factor, key methodologies in cardiovascular risk assessment, special issues in risk assessment of specific patient populations, and practical, to-the-point discussions of current best practices in clinical management.
Tobacco Control: Reversal of Risk After Quitting Smoking. IARC Handbooks of Cancer Prevention, 2007. 11(Lyon: IARC). Stead Lindsay FBG, Lancaster T. Physician advice for smoking cessation. Cochrane Database System Rev. 2008;2.
Author: Ezra Amsterdam, MD
Publisher: Demos Medical Publishing