Module 1_Foreword.- Module 2_Preface.- Module 3_Abbreviations.- Module 4_General introduction.- Module 5_Types of cancers.
Chapter 1.1. Cancers of Blood and Lymphatic Systems.
Chapter 1.1.1 Hodgkin's disease.
Chapter 1.1.2. Leukemias.
Chapter 1.1.3. Lymphomas.
Chapter 1.1.4. Multiple myeloma.
Chapter 1.1.5. Waldenstrom's disease.-Chapter 1.2. Skin Cancers.-
Chapter 1.2.1. Malignant Melanoma.
Chapter 1.3. Cancers of Digestive Systems.
Chapter 1.3.1. Oesophageal cancer.
Chapter 1.3.2. Stomach cancer.-
Chapter 1.3.4. Cancer of pancreas.
Chapter 1.3.5. Liver cancer.
Chapter 1.3.6. Colon and Rectal cancer.
Chapter 1.3.7. Anal cancer.
Chapter 1.4. Cancers of Urinary system.
Chapter 1.4.1. Kidney cancer.-
Chapter 1.4.2. Bladder cancer.
Chapter 1.4.3. Testis cancer.
Chapter 1.4.4. Prostate cancer.
Chapter 1.5. Cancers in women.
Chapter 1.5.1. Breast cancer.
Chapter 1.5.2. Ovarian cancer.
Chapter 1.5.3. Gynecological cancer.
Chapter 1.5.4. Choriocarcinoma.
Chapter 1.6. Miscellaneous cancers.
Chapter 1.6.1. Brain cancer.
Chapter 1.6.1. Bone cancer. -
Chapter 1.6.2. Carcinoid cancer.
Chapter 1.6.3. Nasopharyngeal cancer.-
Chapter 1.6.4. Retroperitoneal sarcomas.
Chapter 1.6.5. Soft tissue cancer.-
Chapter 1.6.6.Thyroid cancer.- Module 6_Cancer treatment and their side effects.
Chapter 2.1 Surgery.
Chapter 2.2. Chemotherapy.
Chapter 2.3. Radiation therapy.
Chapter 2.4. Complementary and alternative therapies.- Module 7_Molecular basis of cancer.
Chapter 3.1. Genes that regulate cancer.
Chapter 3.2. Mutations, gene expression, and proliferation. Module 8_Ayurvedic concepts of cancer.
Chapter 4.1. Ayurvedic classification of cancer.
Chapter 4.2. Triguna and cancer.
Chapter 4.3. Factors responsible for occurrence of cancer.
Chapter 4.4. Cancer and panchkarma.- Module 8_Plants with anti-cancer potential.- Module 9_Psychological therapy in cancer treatment.
Chapter 6.1. How psychologists can help?
Chapter 6.2. Psychiatric disorders in cancer patients and their treatments.
Dr. Bhupendra Koul is currently serving as an Assistant Professor at the School of Bioengineering and Biosciences, Lovely Professional University, Punjab, India. During his Ph.D. at the Plant Transgenics Lab, CSIR-National Botanical Research Institute (CSIR-NBRI) in Lucknow, he worked on the optimization, introduction and expression of modified full-length and truncated versions of Bt-cry1Ab and 1Ac genes in tomato for developing non-chimeric and stable transgenic lines resistant to two lepidopteran insects (Helicoverpa armigera and Spodoptera litura) and evaluated the performance of both the versions of cry1Ab and 1Ac genes for the stability and efficacy of insecticidal toxin in transgenic plants. He also evaluated the performance and role of various cis-motifs of artificial synthetic promoters for overexpression of genes in tomato and performed comparative in silico analyses of several cry1A genes for toxicity to target insects. He has six years of research experience and five years of teaching experience, and received the "Teacher appreciation award, 2016" from the LPU in the Discipline of Biotechnology, through the MHRD Minister, Government of India. He has designed the full-length synthetic cry1Ac gene (NCBI submission accession No.: KP195020.1; GI:768678299) and has published 17 research papers in national and international journals including BMC Genomics, Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, South African Journal of Botany; as well as three book chapters and one authored book with Springer Nature.