| Vol 37 issue No 1

Cancer treatment and care: four decades of progress

Guest editor: Tom S Reeve

Forum

Overview
Tom S Reeve
The many faces of preventative care in the practice of oncology
Alison Zucca, Rob Sanson-Fisher, Amy Waller
Promoting patient based care and consumer engagement
Karen Luxford
Psychosocial aspects of delivering cancer care: an update
Phyllis Butow Afaf Girgis Penelope Schofield
Medical and psychosocial challenges in caring for adolescent and young adult patients with cancer
Antoinette Anazodo and Jennifer Chard
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians and cancer
John R Condon, Gail Garvey, Lisa J Whop, Patricia C Valery, David Thomas, Russell Gruen and Joan Cunningham
Continuity of cancer care: Where do primary care practitioners fit in?
Moyez Jiwa, Alexandra McManus, Ann Dadich.
40 years of cancer nursing in Australia: The emergence of a specialty
Patsy Yatesand Sanchia Aranda
Evolution of palliative care in Australia 1973-2013
David C Currow and Jane Phillips
Radiotherapy - a leap forward in cancer care
Lizbeth M Kenny Lester J Peters Michael Barton Chris Milross
Surgery - a pillar of modern oncology
G Bruce Mann Robert SJ Thomas Tom S Reeve
Cancer risk assessment and screening: the need to take notice
Andrew G Penman
Breast cancer
Alan Coates
Prostate cancer
Ian D Davis James Lynam and Pavel Sluka
Colorectal cancer
Eva Segelov
Lung cancer
David Ball
Haematological malignancies - intractable obstacles and path finding breakthroughs over 40 years
James F Bishop
Melanoma
John F Thompson and Alexander M Menzies
Tissue banking and its role in clinical and biological advances in oncology
Justin S Gundara and Stan B Sidhu
Targeted therapies, aspects of pharmaceutical and oncological management
Michael P Brown and Nikki Burdett
Clinical trials - advancing national cancer care
Katrin M Sjoquist and John R Zalcberg
Patient reported outcomes are important in oncology
Cherry E KohJane M Young Michael J Solomon

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