Wiley-Blackwell and UICC
Wiley-Blackwell is a leading publisher of medical books and journals, and is committed to education and to promoting world health.
The Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) is the leading international non-governmental organization dedicated exclusively to the global control of cancer.
Wiley-Blackwell publishes a wide range of UICC materials including the International Journal of Cancer, book titles, and online resources.
It values participation in UICC's mission to connect, mobilize and support organizations, leading experts, key stakeholders and volunteers in a dynamic community which works together to eliminate cancer as a life-threatening disease for future generations.
Wiley-Blackwell and UICC publish the following books in print and online:
UICC members can claim a 25% discount on book purchases from Wiley-Blackwell when ordering online.
Go to Wiley.com to order your book. Enter the code ‘UICC’ at checkout.
TNM Online is an indispensable tool for all oncologists and other professionals who employ the TNM classification system in assessing the diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis of patients with cancer.
This online database includes the following UICC reference works in a single fully searchable online format:
TNM Classification is the internationally accepted system for "staging" all forms cancer. TNM Classification staging is considered the most significant prognostic factor for cancer.
Examines the issues surrounding prognosis in general and more specifically in cancer patients, including accuracy of measurement of prognosis, the methodology of studying and classifying prognostic factors and the application of prognostic factors in clinical decision-making in the treatment of cancer.
Extends and clarifies The Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) TNM Classification of Malignant Tumours, providing additional data that unifies the principles and practice of cancer staging.
The TNM Supplement provides explanations and examples to answer many questions that might arise during the daily use of TNM, particularly in unusual cases. It enumerates the recommended criteria for pathological classification (pT and pN) and contains proposed classifications for new tumour sites and types not yet part of the official UICC TNM system.
The new edition of TNM Classification of Malignant Tumours is available for PDA and smartphone.
The International Journal of Cancer is universally recognized as a leading publication for original papers and review articles covering the full spectrum of topics in clinical and experimental cancer research.
The journal concentrates on fundamental studies that improve our understanding of the mechanisms of human cancer and shed new light on effective diagnostic tools and treatments.
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