Headlines Tagged with IARC — 112 headlines foundATOM
Latest world cancer statistics Global cancer burden rises to 14.1 million new cases in 2012: Marked increase in breast cancers must be addressed (PDF)
The most commonly diagnosed cancers worldwide were those of the lung (1.8 million, ... The most common causes of cancer death were cancers of the lung (1.6 million, 19.4% of the total), liver (0.8 million, 9.1%), and stomach (0.7 million, 8.8%).
Dec 13, 2013 09:53 by International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC)
Christopher Portier, chairman of the IARC working Group, said the group's conclusion "was unanimous - that diesel engine exhaust causes lung cancer in humans".
Jun 12, 2012 13:47 by Reuters
I was editor of the Sunday Telegraph at that time, and I ran a story about this under the headline ‘Passive Smoking Doesn’t Cause Cancer: Official’, revealing that the WHO had initially kept back its research into passive smoking in seven countries which
Jan 26, 2015 16:36 by The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
The global cancer burden is set to surge more than 75% by 2030, according to new research published Online First in the Lancet Oncology. The rise is predicted to be even larger in the developing world, with the poorest countries experiencing a projected i
Jun 1, 2012 03:13 by Medical Xpress (PhysOrg.com)
Enhanced prevention measures, especially against tobacco and electronic cigarettes, combined with access to innovative treatments can help tackle rising lung cancer cases in Europe, a new study funded by the industry has found.
Dec 7, 2018 18:54 by EurActiv
1.Do not smoke. Do not use any form of tobacco. / 2.Make your home smoke-free. Support smoke-free policies in your workplace... Successful cancer prevention requires these individual actions to be supported by governmental policies and actions.
Oct 15, 2014 07:12 by International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC)
Volume 20, Issue 3 Tob Control 2011;20:235-238 doi:10.1136/tc.2010.039982
Apr 18, 2011 00:00 by Tobacco Control
Mar 14, 2011 00:00 by Daily Record and Sunday Mail blogs (uk)
Figures for tar, nicotine, and carbon monoxide are misleading and should be removed
Oct 8, 2004 00:00 by British Medical Journal
Oct 7, 1998 00:00 by ASH London (uk)