FALLACIES OF LIFESTYLE CANCER THEORIES

EPSTEIN, SAMUEL
SWARTZ, JOEL
1981-01-15

Paper discussing the Lifestyle Theory of Cancer Causation. Proposes that an increase in carcinogens in everyday life is responsible for the increase in cancer rates. Concludes that smoking alone cannot account for these rises. Suggests that cancer is preventable if the right precautions are taken by the individual as well as society to reduce exposure to toxins.

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PETO |
ARMSTRONG |
DOLL |
CARROL |
EPSTEIN SS |
SWARTZ JB |
BRIDBORD K |
SCHNEIDERMAN M |
UPTON A |
TI
UNIVERSITY ILLINOIS | UNIVERSITY ILLINOIS
NATURE | NATURE
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE | PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE
INTERNATIONAL AGENCY FOR RESEA | INTERNATIONAL AGENCY FOR RESEARCH CANCER
TOXIC SUBSTANCES STRATEGY COMM | TOXIC SUBSTANCES STRATEGY COMMITTEE
INTERNATIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATI | INTERNATIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATION
AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL HEALTH COU | AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL HEALTH COUNCIL
AMERICAN INDIANS | AMERICAN INDIANS
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY HEALTH ADM | OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY HEALTH ADMINISTRATIO
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