- Cancer risk from dioxins cannot be evaluated. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);02/22/97, Vol. 314 Issue 7080, p536
Reports on the announcement made by the International Agency for Research on Cancer on the insufficiency of evidence to determine whether dioxins cause cancer in humans.
- A LETTER FROM THE EDITOR. Stewart, Kimberly Lord // Functional Ingredients;Sep2009, Issue 90, p8
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by Marc Tallon on the etiology of cancers, one on a cancer-related research, and one on issue that age and beauty are in the beholder's eyes.
- Cellphone Tumors. Mantey, David // Product Design & Development;Jul2011, Vol. 66 Issue 6, p8
The article offers the author's views on the possible hazardous effect of cell phones on human health. He states that the International Organization for Research on Cancer categorized cell phones as a possible caner-causing agent. He adds that texting could possibly contribute to the faster...
- No link found between cell usage, brain tumors. // Journal of Business (10756124);9/1/2005, Vol. 20 Issue 18, pB8
Reports on the recent study that has found no link between use of cellular telephones and the risk of developing a brain tumor, based from the researchers in Denmark. Analysis made to people with brain tumor with relevance to the frequency and the number of years of using cellular telephones;...
- Carcinogen. // Encyclopedic Reference of Cancer;2001, p157
A definition of the term "carcinogen" is presented. It refers to any agent, chemical, physical or viral that causes cancer or increases the occurrence of cancer.
- Visual Guide. // Mayo Clinic Guide to Women's Cancers;2005, p257
This section presents information on the development process and growth of cancer cells. The normal functioning of a cell is controlled at many levels, including its surface (cell membrane), interior (cytoplasm) and growth control center (nucleus). Changes that may lead to cancer development and...
- Health Buzz: Cell Phones Don't Boost Brain Cancer Risk. Haupt, Angela // U.S. News Digital Weekly;10/21/2011, Vol. 3 Issue 42, p17
The article offers information on a study that downplayed the link between cell phones and brain cancer. The study was conducted by Danish researchers who tracked more than 350,000 people to assess the role of cell phones in boosting brain cancer risk. Though the study is encouraging, it cannot...
- A CONTRARIAN VIEW OF CANCER. Stroh, Michael // Popular Science;Apr2004, Vol. 264 Issue 4, p39
Provides information on the argument by Peter Duesberg, a virologist at the University of California, against the hypotheses that faulty genes cause cancer. Discussion on the aneuploidy condition; Concept of Duesberg on cancer; Reaction of cancer researcher Christoph Lengauer to the theories of...
- Feeding the Flame: New Research Adds to Role of Inflammation in Cancer Development. Brower, Vicki // JNCI: Journal of the National Cancer Institute;2/16/2005, Vol. 97 Issue 4, p251
Reports on the new research that discusses the role of inflammation in cancer development. Study that found Helicobacter felis caused gastric cancer to develop by recruiting stem cells from the bone marrow that migrated to the stomach; Observation that inflammation and cancer share some basic...