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Stopping Cancer at the Source by M. Sara…

Stopping Cancer at the Source (edition 2001)

by M. Sara Rosenthal, Ph.D.

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Title:Stopping Cancer at the Source
Authors:M. Sara Rosenthal, Ph.D.
Info:Your Health Press (2001), Paperback, 220 pages
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Stopping Cancer at the Source by M. Sara Rosenthal



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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 155212746X, Paperback)

Stopping Cancer At The Source presents the latest state of knowledge on the primary prevention of cancer. It is based on a review of the existing science presented in globally accepted consensus reports. This brand- new edition has been completely revised and updated for the continuing challenges of cancer prevention in the next decade. It includes the latest information on the primary prevention of cancer, which means stopping cancer at the source before it starts.

This New Edition Includes:
The latest statistics, and what the studies show about preventable causes of cancer What's new in smoking-related cancers, and smoke-free legislation The latest in genetic screening for cancers that are caused by genetic mutations The latest on skin cancers and sun safety precautions New alarming conclusions from the World Cancer Research Fund and the American Institute for Cancer Research on cancers related to diet and obesity The latest reports on occupational carcinogens, including suspected exposures to workers as a result of the 9/11 attacks in New York City What we know about exposures to potential carcinogens we can control in our daily lives, including medications, radon, cosmetics, and dry- cleaning chemicals The latest on airborne carcinogens, Great Lakes contamination, and potential carcinogens in our food supply

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