Cancer chemoprevention is the use of chemical substances to stop or keep cancer from developing. These substances may be natural, made in a laboratory, or taken from a living source. Chemoprevention is typically used by people who have a higher risk of developing cancer. People with a higher risk of cancer include those with an inherited cancer syndrome or a family history of cancer. It is also used to prevent relapsing of a cancer.
Related Journals of Cancer Chemoprevention
Cancer Chemotherapy and Pharmacology, Chemotherapy: Open Access, Journal of Chemotherapy, Journal of Cancer Therapy, American Journal of Cancer Therapy and Pharmacology, Advances in Cancer Prevention, Cancer Medicine & Anti-cancer Drugs
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