Journal Of The National Cancer Institute

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Cancer Factories

Author: Howard Ball
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For the first time, the sad story of America's uranium miners and the duplicity of our government is revealed. This expert study examines, in microcosm, the political, legal, social, medical, engineering, and ethical problems that emerged when American leaders developed a nuclear arsenal to contain the USSR without considering the cost this could have on innocent lives. Ball provides the historical background for federal policies, medical reports, and legal battles that ensued leading up to the compensatory legislation in 1990. An apendix offers a federal report about three decades of radiation experiences on U.S. citizens. A bibliography defines primary and secondary source material of note.

Cancer Causes Control

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Animal Factories

Author: Jim Mason
Editor: Three Rivers Press
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This book raised a storm of controversy upon its original publication in 1980. Now authors Mason and Singer have updated their animal rights classic for the 1990s. More than 50 black-and-white photographs.

Annual Report International Agency For Research On Cancer

Author: International Agency for Research on Cancer
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Microbial Cell Factories

Author: Deepansh Sharma
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1351668048
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Microbial Cell Factories is a conceptual, reference-based source including chapters covering microbial cell factories for industrial developments, microbial biotechnology, sustainable environmental solutions, agriculture practices, microorganisms in food processing, metabolites as next generation food additives/food processing, and microbial cell factories in alternative energy fuel generation. The book highlights trends and developments in the field of microbial products, written by an international team of leading academic and research scholars. Key Selling Features: Highlights trends and developments in microbial biotechnology Systematically reviews microbial cell factories Explores the potential of microbial cell derived industrial production Synthesizes information on environmental and agricultural uses of microbial biotechnology Contributions from an international team of leading scholars

Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessments

Author: Raymond C. Kimbrough
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Toxicological Profile For Chromium

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Gann The Japanese Journal Of Cancer Research

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Icrdb Cancergram

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Cancer Detection And Prevention

Author: Cesare Maltoni
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Plants That Fight Cancer Second Edition

Author: Spyridon E. Kintzios
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 0429616171
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An increasing amount of cancer research is being directed towards the investigation of plant-derived anticancer compounds, many of which have been used in traditional herbal treatments for centuries. Plants that Fight Cancer is an up-to-date, extensive review of plant genera and species with documented anti-tumor and anti-leukaemic properties. Following an overview of the disease and the diverse methods of therapy and clinical testing, the book provides a detailed examination of the plants whose compounds are currently used in conventional cancer treatment, the species which show the greatest potential as future candidates, and other species with established anticancer properties. The third section explores each of more than 150 terrestrial plant genera and species, with a review of their traditional uses, mythology, botany, active ingredients, and product applications, along with photographs and illustrations and an analysis of expected results and risks. The text closes with a discussion of algal extracts and isolated metabolites with anticancer activity, a summary of published research for each species, and chemical structures of the most important compounds.

Texas Environmental Almanac

Author: Texas Center for Policy Studies
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From reviews of the first edition: "Nowhere else have the facts presented here ever been assembled in one place before.... This book ought to be placed in every library and newspaper office in the state. Still more, it could find a place in the high schools and universities in [several] courses: history, geography, government, environmental studies." ?Texas Observer Here is an environmental map of Texas for all concerned citizens and policymakers. Compiled by the Texas Center for Policy Studies, this almanac provides crucial and comprehensive information on the state's land, air, water, energy use, and waste generation gathered from a wide range of state and federal agencies, environmental organizations, and historical and scientific reference sources. The almanac is designed for quick, easy reference by the public, as well as by scientists and government officials and policymakers. Extensively updated since the first edition, it addresses such key issues as the quantity and quality of the state's environmental resources, present rates of consumption, and future levels of demand. This vital baseline information will help all Texans understand the current condition of our state's environmental health and plan for our future environmental well-being.

Cancer Care

Author: Harold Glucksberg
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Two specialists explain the different types of cancer, their identification, and their treatment, illustrating phases of treatment with case histories and discussing the physical, emotional, and financial problems involved

The Rubber Industry

Author: IARC Working Group on the Evaluation of the Carcinogenic Risk of Chemicals to Humans
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Cancer Review

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A Synopsis Of Cancer

Author: Wilfred Kark
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A Synopsis of Cancer: Genesis and Biology focuses on research into the genesis and biology of cancer, including origin of tumors, pathology and spread of cancer, and degenerative changes. The book first offers information on the nature of cancer and cancer spread, including degenerative changes, harmful effects, origin of tumors, direct and lymphatic spread, and non-vascular implantation spread. The text then takes a look at the general considerations and gastric cancer; geographical pathology of cancer in Africa; and geographical and occupational pathology of skin cancer. The publication pon.

Problems Of Oncology

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