The Secret History of the War on Cancer (LHAS Edition)
Basic Books, 10 dic 2007 - 512 páginas
From the National Book Award finalist and author of When Smoke Ran Like Water comes this searing, haunting, and deeply personal account of how a major public health effort was diverted and distorted for private gain.
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This is a shocking book that everyone should read, explaining why cancer is so prevalent today, and why the American Cancer Society is more concerned with curing cancer than with preventing it in the ... Leer reseña completa
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Noted epidemiologist Davis (director, Ctr. for Environmental Oncology, Univ. of Pittsburgh Cancer Inst.) continues her effort to hold industrial polluters accountable for birth defects and ... Leer reseña completa