For medical oncologists and other healthcare professionals working in the field of oncology nutrition is an important factor to consider when advising and treating patients.
ESMO Handbooks Series
Produced under the direction of ESMO, the Handbooks series is intended to appeal to all healthcare professionals working in oncology. The handbooks are comprehensive guides which provide concise, first-hand advice in a practical, easy-to-read format.
The different titles in this series cover broad topics such as” Oncological Emergencies” or “Cancer Treatment in Special Clinical Situations”, including information of use in daily practice.
They are all available as downloadable PDFs for ESMO members.
Also on e-readers!
This handbook describes the major types of malignancy which might occur during this transitional phase of life. It provides diagnostic and therapeutic guidance and also gives an idea of life after cancer. ESMO and SIOP Europe share the same goal: that no young person should have to die of cancer.
This handbook brings together specialists in the field of precision medicine, who have shared their knowledge and given their insights on this broad topic, providing you with a solid base to understand this field from basic science to clinical application.
This handbook aims to educate oncologists on all aspects of a patient’s cancer journey, including symptom control, physical, mental, social and emotional wellbeing, as well as end-of-life care.
This comprehensive handbook provides a strong base to understand the theory, mechanisms of action, clinical developments and the future of immuno-oncology in different disease types, and, therefore, is a “must read” for any professional involved in the care of cancer patients.
This handbook enables all of us to read between the lines of a scientific publication, to better estimate the true benefit of a new oncological intervention and to better understand other cancer-related research.
The aim of the present edition of the ESMO Handbook of Oncological Emergencies is to approach the new advances and developments in the field of oncological emergency treatments, for the benefit of oncology specialists, but also for those who are just starting out in this profession.
This Handbook is a rare attempt to make an appraisal of where we are in the field of cancer diagnosis and treatment evaluation, by focusing on some key issues of the clinical method of medical oncologists.
The treatment of any patient, in particular seniors, requires a careful evaluation of the person who is in need of such treatment. This handbook focuses on the delicate decision-making process, which should lead to the best therapy, adapted not only to the disease but also to the person who suffers from it
In this ESMO Handbook the editors cover topics including the emerging processes of evading tumour destruction and tumour inflammation, new challenges posed by tumour heterogeneity, and new study designs and technologies.
This handbook is designed to assist medical oncologists with challenging or complex situations, when modification of standard treatment in clinical practice is necessary.
This is a user-friendly handbook, designed for young medical oncologists, where they can access the essential information they need for providing the treatment which could have the highest chance of being effective and tolerable.
This ESMO Handbook of Cancer Prevention follows hard on the heels of the ESMO Handbook of Principles of Translational Research and constitutes the fourth volume of a series that has been particularly well received by the oncology community.