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By Paul N Cheremisinoff; M Bacis

This addition to the Advances in Environmental keep watch over expertise sequence includes 23 chapters designed to supply an in depth evaluate and reference on human physiological responses to numerous kinds of pollution.

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3. Biological leukemogens. G. Electronic risk markers: 1. The lowering of intracellular lymphocyte potential. H. Clinical risk factors: 1. Fewer unknown causative agents. 2. Therapy-resistant anemia and granulocytopenia. 3. Primary polycythemia. 4. Hemochromatosis. 5. Herpes zoster. 6. Urticaria. 7. Meningitis. 8. Decreased viability of granulocytes. 9. Decrease of phagocytic activity of granulocytes. 10. Decrease migrational capacity of granulocytes. Emotional Stress as a Risk Factor [1] Nowadays it is believed that the vast majority of neoplasms is caused by environmental risk factors.

31. lARC Monographs on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks to Humans, WHO International Agency for Research on Cancer, vol. 52, 1991. 32. lARC Monographs on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks to Humans, WHO International Agency for Research on Cancer, vol. 53, 1991. 1 ARC Monographs on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks to Humans, WHO International Agency for Research on Cancer, vol. 55, 1992. 34. lARC Monographs on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks to Humans, WHO International Agency for Research on Cancer, vol.

These activities are the main reasons for the management of environ- Environmental Risk Factors on Cancer and Their Primary Prevention 41 ments suitable for healthy work, living conditions and rest, the promotion of environmentally friendly technologies of production, transport, and consumption models (including diet). Knowing synergism of many environmental risk factors of cancer, one must conclude the need of integrated action for the improvement of the whole human environment. ) as well as the cooperation of institutions on local and global scale.

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