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Understanding Cancer Series: Angiogenesis
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    Posted: 01/28/2005    Reviewed: 09/01/2006
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      Slide Number and Title
  1. What Is Metastasis?
  2. Metastasis Requires Angiogenesis
  3. What Is Tumor Angiogenesis?
  4. Normal Angiogenesis in Children
  5. Normal Angiogenesis in Adults
  6. Angiogenesis and Vascular Endothelial Cells
  7. Angiogenesis and Regulatory Proteins
  8. Angiogenesis and Cancer
  9. Without Angiogenesis, Tumor Growth Stops
  10. With Angiogenesis, Tumor Growth Proceeds
  11. What Prompts Angiogenesis?
  12. Activators of Angiogenesis
  13. The Angiogenesis Signaling Cascade
  1. Endothelial Cell Activation
  2. Inhibitors of Angiogenesis
  3. Angiogenesis Inhibitors and Primary Tumors
  4. Angiogenesis Inhibitors and Metastasis
  5. Angiogenesis and Tumor Dormancy
  6. Cancer in Angiogenesis-Deficient Mice
  7. Angiogenesis Inhibitors in the Treatment of Human Cancer
  8. Drugs That Inhibit Angiogenesis Directly
  9. Old Drug With a New Use
  10. Drugs That Block the Angiogenesis Signaling Cascade
  11. Drugs That Block Extracellular Matrix Breakdown
  12. Drugs with Other Mechanisms of Action
  13. On to Clinical Trials

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