Latest evidence, myths, and controversies
About the module
10 minutes long
Includes a final quiz
Includes links to references
About the lecturer
Dr Joachim Schüz
Head of the Environment and Lifestyle Epidemiology Branch at the International Agency for Research on Cancer
- Recognize the current body of evidence on ionizing radiations and what can be done to reduce exposures.
- Cite the cancer attributable fraction due to ionizing radiation in the European Union (EU).
- Recognize the current body of evidence on non-ionizing radiation.
This module is part of a comprehensive online learning curriculum on the latest evidence, myths, and controversies on cancer prevention.
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