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Comprehensive legislative change is needed to protect British Columbians from the dangers of tobacco use and exposure to second-hand smoke. This report outlines six recognized ways that government action can save lives, decrease suffering, and reduce the strain on our overburdened health care syst…
v.1: Congress report ; v.2: Background documents for the ICCC ; v.3: Abstract volume
v.1: Global efforts with regional solutions : final report ; v.2: A milestone in cancer control policy ; v.3: Abstract volume ; The full session contents are on CD in volume 1.
v.1: Programme ; v.2: Abstracts
v.1: Improving cancer care through partnerships : programme and abstracts ; v.2: Partners in discovery : improving cancer care through partnerships
This book suggests that breast cancer may be avoided by dietary intervention. As this is unproven, the book has not received full recommendations.
This publication represents the view and expert opinions of an IARC Working Group on the Evaluation of Cancer-Preventitive Strategies, which met in Lyon, 11-18 November 2014.