Cancer rates not explained by smoking: a county-level analysis

@article{Myers2020CancerRN,
  title={Cancer rates not explained by smoking: a county-level analysis},
  author={D. Myers and P. Hoppin and Molly M. Jacobs and R. Clapp and D. Kriebel},
  journal={Environmental Health},
  year={2020},
  volume={19}
}
  • D. Myers, P. Hoppin, +2 authors D. Kriebel
  • Published 2020
  • Medicine
  • Environmental Health
  • Background Debates over the importance of “lifestyle” versus “environment” contributions to cancer have been going on for over 40 years. While it is clear that cigarette smoking is the most significant cancer risk factor, the contributions of occupational and environmental carcinogens in air, water and food remain controversial. In practice, most cancer prevention messaging focuses on reducing cigarette smoking and changing other personal behaviors with little mention of environmental chemicals… CONTINUE READING

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