The recent report of the International Agency for Research on Cancer evaluated the carcinogenicity of red meat and processed meat, leading to stress, once again, the recommendation to reduce the consumption (...)
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NewsYear: 2015Category: Activity: Etiological epidemiology
WHO figures speak for themselves: worldwide premature deaths caused by air pollution amounted to 7,000,000. A new study appearing in Nature assesses the health effects of particulate matter, diversifying globally the sources of PM2.5 (...)
Half a century ago came the International Agency for Research on Cancer, the intergovernmental agency of the World Health Organization, which, among other tasks, establishes guidelines on the classification of the relative risk for cancers of chemical and physical agents.The book published to mark the 50th IARC anniversary is now available online (...)