Despite recent advances in research and prevention, the incidence of common female cancers is still increasing. This book reviews the most recent advances in the fields of breast and gynecological carcinogenesis. It discusses the validity of animal models for study of these human diseases and addresses the relative contributions of genetic predisposition and environmental exposure to potential carcinogens including environmental hormone disrupters. Reviews the most recent advances in the field of breast and gynecological cancers. Discusses environmental influences that play a role in hormone-mediated neoplasias.