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This Cancer Prevention book series aims to complement the research reported in the journal Cancer Causes and Control. Volumes in this series will summarize the state of the science from causes to prevention of cancer. The scope will be international. The past 20 years has seen an explosion of epidemiologic material on the causes of cancer. Examples include the growing number of studies of physical activity and colon cancer which have emerged and the numerous studies of components of diet such as alcohol and the risk of specific cancers. Major shifts in resource allocation now focus on translation of this new knowledge to actual cancer prevention programs. Researchers, practicing clinicians, and those who write and implement public health policy need this information summarized in an easily accessible format. The abundance of knowledge, increasing understanding of how to communicate risk of cancer to the public, and greater public awareness of cancer, make the coming years ones in which we will see many new attempts at widespread cancer prevention programs. For example, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention launched a national colon cancer awareness campaign in early 1999.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »cancer - cancer prevention - health - obesity - prevention
Contributors. Acknowledgements. Preface. Part 1: Causes of Human Cancer. Smoking; B. Rockhill, et al. Dietary Factors; D.J. Hunter, et al. Obesity; A.E. Field, J. Barnoya. Physical Activity; H.D. Sesso, I-Min Lee. Occupation; D.C. Christiani, R.R. Monson. Genetic Susceptibility; F.P. Li, D.J. Hunter. Infectious Agents; N. Mueller. Reproductive Factors and Cancer Risk; S.A. Missmer, S.E. Hankinson. Socioeconomic Status; I. Kawachi, K. Lochner. Environmental Pollution; L.M. Neas. Ultraviolet Light; L.M.E. Jones, M.A. Weinstock. Radiation; J.D. Boice, J.B. Little. Prescription Drugs; A.M. Walker. Electric and Magnetic Fields; F. Laden. Summary - Causes of Cancer; W.C. Willett, et al. Part 2: Prevention of Human Cancer. Prevention of Tobacco Use; N.A. Rigotti. Cessation from Tobacco Use; J.B. Mcclure, et al. Dietary Change Strategies; K. Glanz. Physical Activity and Cancer Prevention; B. Rockhill, G.A. Colditz. Sexual Behavior and Cancer Prevention; C.S. Morrison, et al. Reducing Alcohol Intake; W. DeJong, L. Gomberg. Maximizing Cancer Risk Reduction Efforts: Addressing Multiple Risk factors Simultaneously; K.M. Emmons, E. Park. Prevention of Work-Related Cancers; A.D. LaMontagne, D.C. Christiani. Socioeconomic Status; I. Kawachi, K. Lochner. Population-Level Change in Risk Factors for Cancer; G.A. Colditz, et al. Summary - Prevention of Cancer; G.A. Colditz. Index.