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Displaying 1 - 17 of 17 resources in Cancer and Articles:

1. A Campaign of Reassuring Falsehoods
Evidently the permanent government in the U.S. now sees dioxin in the food supply as a threat to itself because it has begun a new ...
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2. Carcinogens Everywhere
U.S. EPA published a report in 1998 saying that 100% of the outdoor air in the continental U.S. is contaminated with eight cancer-causing industrial chemicals ...
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3. Chlorine Chemistry News
Several new studies have implicated chlorinated chemicals in human disease, including breast cancer and tooth decay. Chlorine chemistry is clearly the premier example of humans ...
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4. Despite What You May Suspect, The Danger From Radon Is Real
The federal EPA (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency) announced in mid September 1988 that 1/3 of all U.S. homes may contain dangerous levels of radon, a ...
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5. Dioxin and Precaution
Two years ago, in 1997, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) formally concluded that dioxin causes cancer in humans. IARC is a division ...
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6. Dioxins -- The View From Europe
The term "dioxin" encompasses a family of 219 different toxic chemicals, all with similar characteristics but different potencies. In recent years, the International Agency for ...
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7. Green Living Center: Radon
USA
Radon gas is released during the natural breakdown of radium in soil, rock and groundwater. In certain areas of the country, this gas enters into ...
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8. Parkinson's
Parkinson's disease strikes 60,000 people each year in the U.S. More than a million Americans are living with the disease at any one time. More ...
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9. Solvents: All-Purpose Poisons
In all industrialized societies, both men and women are often exposed to organic solvents at work and in the home. Gasoline contains a mixture of ...
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10. Studying A Town To Death
Lompoc, California is a small city of 42,000 people that lies within a valley along California's central coast, about 100 miles above Los Angeles. Lompoc ...
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11. The Breast Cancer Money-Go-Round
They're good girls and boys. Racing for the cure. Crying for the cameras. Sharing their pain. Wearing that crown of thorns like a halo. Nice ...
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12. The Cancer War Grinds On
In 1996 Donna Shalala, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, declared that the war on cancer was finally showing results. The death rate for ...
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13. The Major Cause of Cancer--Part 1
When Wilhelm Roentgen first discovered X-rays, in 1895, "doctors and physicians saw the practical potential of X-rays at once, and rushed to experiment with them." ...
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14. The Major Cause of Cancer--Part 2
After x-rays were discovered in 1896, medical doctors immediately saw the potential benefits and began experimenting with The Ray using home-made equipment. Just 3 weeks ...
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15. The Major Cause of Cancer--Part 3
John Gofman is a medical doctor with a Ph.D. degree in nuclear and physical chemistry. He is professor emeritus of molecular and cell biology at ...
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16. The town that haunts Al Gore
East Liverpool, OH, USA
How an incinerator in East Liverpool, Ohio, pollutes the vice president's reputation as a friend of the earth. ...
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17. The Waning Days of Risk Assessment
Risk assessment is a decision-making technique that first came into use during the presidency of Jimmy Carter, who was trained as a nuclear engineer. At ...
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