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Chapter 1 Does Lifestyle Cause Colorectal Cancer? (pages 1–13): Richard Nelson
Chapter 2 Screening for Colorectal Cancer — Who, When, and How? (pages 14–30): Robert Steele
Chapter 3 What can the Pathologist Tell the Multidisciplinary Team about Rectal Cancer Resection? (pages 31–45): Phil Quirke
Chapter 4 MRI?Directed Rectal Cancer Surgery (pages 46–59): Brendan Moran and John H. Scholefield
Chapter 5 Minimally Invasive Surgery – Where are We? Laparoscopic Surgery for Cancer of the Colon and Rectum (pages 60–72): Pierre J. Guillou
Chapter 6 Minimally Invasive Surgery — Where are We? is there a Role for TEM? (pages 73–88): Theodore J. Saclarides
Chapter 7 What is the Best Strategy for the Management of Hereditary Colorectal Cancer? (pages 89–111): Seung?Yong Jeong, David Chessin, Susan Ritchie, John H. Scholefield and Jose G. Guillem
Chapter 8 Adjuvant Radiotherapy and Chemoradiotherapy in the Treatment of Rectal Cancer (pages 112–132): Rachel Cooper and David Sebag?Montefiore
Chapter 9 Current Challenges in the Adjuvant Therapy of Colon Cancer (pages 133–152): George P. Kim and Axel Grothey
Chapter 10 The Role of the Colorectal Nurse Specialist in the Management of Colorectal Cancer (pages 153–166): Jill Dean
Chapter 11 The Role of the Multidisciplinary Team in the Management of Colorectal Cancer (pages 167–177): Julia Jessop and Ian Daniels
Chapter 12 Follow?Up after Colorectal Cancer Resection: Is it Worth While? (pages 178–194): John Nor Thover and Chris Byrne
Chapter 13 Chemotherapy of Advanced Colorectal Cancer (pages 195–212): Axel Grothey
Chapter 14 Surgery for Metastatic Disease in Colorectal Cancer (pages 213–231): Timothy G. John and Myrddin Rees
Chapter 15 Palliative Care of the Colorectal Cancer Patient (pages 232–250): Melanie Jefferson and Ilora Finlay
Chapter 16 Future Directions in the Oncological Treatment of Colorectal Cancer (pages 251–270): Anthony El?Khoueiry and Heinz?Josef Lenz

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