Genitourinary Tract Tumours: Essentials for Clinicians 2nd edition. Published in 2020, the book informs on the latest research and up-to-date practice concepts in prostate, urothelial, testicular and kidney cancers, alongside less frequent malignancies such as penile and adrenal tumours.
ESMO Essentials for Clinicians Series
Updated in 2019, the 2nd edition of Thoracic Tumours: Essentials for Clinicians includes new chapters on Immuno-oncology and Targeted therapy for Oncogene-addicted Tumours. Download your copy today!
Leukaemia and Myeloma: Essentials for Clinicians presents basic knowledge as well as deeper insight into novel therapeutic developments, in the context of tremendous progress, not only in understanding the biology but also in the clinical management of haematological malignancies.
Breast Cancer: Essentials for Clinicians was developed for young oncologists and busy oncologists who would like to learn the basics of breast cancer management today.
Neuro-Oncology: Essentials for Clinicians is an easy-to-use and accessible source of knowledge, giving balanced and up-to-date information for students and physicians interested in cancers of the CNS.
Head & Neck Cancers, the sixth title in our Essentials for Clinicians series, provides the most clinically relevant and updated information for optimal prevention, diagnosis and treatment of this heterogeneous group of tumours.
This volume of the Essentials for Clinicians series provides clinicians with an easily accessible and up-to-date overview of the latest developments and studies, including new consensus guidelines, within gynaecological oncology.
This next edition of ESMO’s Essentials for Clinicians focuses firmly on Gastrointestinal (GI) Tract Tumours. In line with publications past, it has primarily been devised as a “must-have” educational tool to serve and guide oncologists-in-training – the future of our profession.
The aim of this web section is to transform learning on lymphomas into an easy and enjoyable experience by using a very visual and didactic format, with plenty of images, succinct comments, and revision questions.
New titles coming up...
Gastrointestinal Tract Tumours (update in 2020)