Radiosensitizers and Radiochemotherapy in the Treatment of Cancer catalogs and describes the mechanism of action for entities characterized as radiosensitizers. Developments in the biological and physical sciences have introduced new radiosensitizers and defined novel targets for radiosensitization. As a result, a book about radiosensitization must

Radiosensitization and Chemoradiation. Radiosensitization by Oxygen and Nitric Oxide. Radioenhancement by Targeting Cellular Redox Pathways and/or by Incorporation of High-Z Materials into the Target. Radiosensitization by Halogenated Pyrimidines. Radiosensitization by Antimetabolites. Radiosensitization by Platinum Drugs and Alkylating Agents. Topoisomerase Inhibitors and Microtubule-Targeting Agents. Targeting the DNA Damage Response: ATM, p53, Checkpoints, and the Proteasome. Radiosensitization by Inhibition of DNA Repair. Targeting Growth Factor Receptors for Radiosensitization. Targeting Signaling Molecules for Radiosensitization. Radiosensitization by Targeting the Tumor Microenvironment. Phytochemicals: Chemopreventive, Radiosensitizing, Radioprotective. Delivery Methods for Radioenhancing Drugs.