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NewsCategory: Activity: Primary prevention

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A new IARC publication highlights the great variations in cancer incidence, survival and mortality, which exist between countries and, within the same countries, between different social groups.

The "Italian Atlas of mortality inequalities by educational level", carried out by the National Institute for the promotion of the health of migrant populations and the fight against poverty diseases in collaboration with Istat has been published.

Within the Regional Prevention Plan 2014-2018 a guide has been produced that illustrates the projects and tells the experiences of the Municipalities participating in the Toronto Charter.

The International Agency for Research on Cancer has launched the electronic version of Cancer Incidence Volume XI in Five Continents, the publication belonging to the series of monographs becoming the reference source on the international impact of cancer (...)

Now in its seventh annual edition, the report published by the Italian Association of Medical Oncology and the Italian Cancer Registries provides epidemiological data and clinical interpretations of interest both for operators and for users of Health (...)

The book "40 Years of Health in Turin. Ideas for reading needs and the results of policies", by Giuseppe Costa, Morena Stroscia, Nicolás Zengarini and Moreno Demaria, has just been published. The book can be downloaded for free from the Epidemiology & Prevention website (...)

Now in its sixth annual edition, the report published by the Italian Association of Medical Oncology and the Italian Cancer Registries provides epidemiological measures and clinical interpretations of interest both for operators and for users of Health (...)

92% of the world population lives in areas where air quality levels exceed the threshold values established WHO. The new data are a further, detailed source of information on environmental pollution and the resultant danger to public health (...)

The European Environmental Agency reaffirms once again that air pollution remains the main environmental risk factor for health, reducing the length of people's lives and contributing to the spread of serious diseases such as heart disease, respiratory problems and cancer (...)