Preventing Breast Cancer
Second Edition: 1996
This book uncovers the major cause of the recent breast-cancer incidence in the USA. The author shows that past exposure to ionizing radiation --- primarily medical x-rays --- is responsible for about 75 percent of the breast-cancer problem in the United States.
The good news: Since the radiation dosage given today by medical procedures can be significantly reduced without interfering with a single useful procedure, numerous future cases of breast-cancer can be prevented.
The author recommends specific actions to start breast-cancer prevention now, not ten years from now.
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- Overview of this Breast Cancer Study
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- Breast Cancer-Free Zones: Why Not?
- Resistance To New Ideas
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