Cancer Risks: Strategies for Elimination


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A large body of information about possible causes of cancer has been ac- cumulated by both clinical experience in man and observations in animal experiments. There is general agreement that in most cases cancer is due to exogenous factors, albeit the genetic disposition may also play an impor- tant part. Three main categories of exogenous risk factors have been iden- tified, namely chemicals, radiation, and viruses. In principle, it should be possible to prevent cancer by eliminating such risk factors. However, in spite of ...

Cancer Risks: Strategies for Elimination 1987, Springer

ISBN-13: 9783540174653

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