Latest evidence, myths, and controversies
About the module
12 minutes long
Includes a final quiz
Includes links to references
About the lecturer
Dr Paolo Vineis
Professor, Chair in Environmental Epidemiology, MRC Centre for Environment and Health, School of Public Health at Imperial College London, United Kingdom
- Outline the current body of evidence on carcinogenicity for chemical substances in the workplace and in the general environment.
- Recognize why air pollution is a cause of cancer, and the reason why it has not been included in the recommendations of the European Code Against Cancer 4th Edition.
- Outline existing preventive measures and current legislation.
This module is part of a comprehensive online learning curriculum on the latest evidence, myths, and controversies on cancer prevention.
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