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1.1 What is primary prevention?
1.2 Barriers to a primary prevention focus
2.1 A disease of ‘industrialised’ societies?
2.2 The cancer process
2.3 The susceptibility factor in cancer
2.4 Cancer now
2.5 Carcinogens
chemical carcinogens
2.6 Chemical carcinogens
2.7 Physical carcinogens – radiation
3.1 Breasts: an anatomy
3.2 Breast cancer
3.3 Risk factors
3.4 ‘Lifestyle’ risk factors
4.1 Hormones
4.2 Hormones and breast development
4.3 Oestrogen
4.4 Oestrogen and breast cancer
4.5 Hormone disruptors and mimics
5.1 How are we exposed?
5.2 When are we exposed?
5.3 Where are we exposed?
5.4 Workplace
5.5 The increased jeopardy for women
6.1 Ethics and environmental hazards
6.2 The scientific community and ethics of prevention
6.3 The ‘precautionary principle’
6.4 Human rights and primary prevention
Chapter 7 International progress on primary prevention
8.1 Current breast cancer prevention options
8.3 Who is responsible for breast cancer prevention?
8.4 Science
8.5 Industry
8.7 Government
8.6 Trade unions
8.9 Citizens
8.8 The cancer industry
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Published by: Kovács Flóri on Jan 19, 2012
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