Environment-Related Malignant Neoplasm
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Genetic variation in DNA repair genes can modulate DNA repair capacity and may be related to cancer risk. However, study findings… Expand This review is focused on current information of avoidable environmental pollution and occupational exposure as causes of cancer… Expand BACKGROUND
Ionizing radiation is a known mutagen and an established breast carcinogen. The ATM gene is a key regulator of… Expand Smoking is an important risk factor for many cancers, yet the relationship between smoking and prostate cancer remains uncertain… Expand Environmental carcinogens, in a strict sense, include outdoor and indoor air pollutants, as well as soil and drinking water… Expand Inheritance of variant DNA repair genes is believed to influence individual susceptibility to the development of environmental… Expand Entering a new millennium seems a good time to challenge some old ideas, which in our view are implausible, have little… Expand The role of the polymorphic glutathione S-transferase genes GSTM1 and GSTT1 in the development and in the clinicopathological… Expand Environmental, occupational, and recreational exposures to carcinogens contribute to cancer risk in humans. Cancer formation is a… Expand Tissue doses of cancer initiators/mutagens are suitably monitored through hemoglobin adducts formed in vivo, but the use of this… Expand