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by Ruth Winter

Cancer-causing agents: A preventive guide download ebook
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0517536005
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978-0517536001
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Ruth Winter
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Crown Publishers (1979)
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Ruth Grosman Winter, American Journalist. Member Society Magazine Writers, Authors League, National Association Science Writers, American Medical Writers Association (Eric Martin Memorial award), New Jersey Daily Newspaper Women (awards news series 1958, 70, named Woman of Achievement 1971, 83), American Society Journalists and Authors (president 1977-1978, special service award 1983), New Jersey Press Women (president 1982-1984). Cancer-causing agents: A preventive guide. 36005/?tag prabook0b-20.

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Main Author: Winter, Ruth. Published: New York : Crown, c1979.

Main Author: Winter, Ruth. Topics: Carcinogens Neoplasms - prevention & control. Loading Holdings Data.

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So if you're interested in preventing cancer, take comfort in the fact that simple lifestyle changes can make a difference. Consider these cancer-prevention tips. 1. Don't use tobacco. Using any type of tobacco puts you on a collision course with cancer. Even if you don't use tobacco, exposure to secondhand smoke might increase your risk of lung cancer.