The secret of the secret history of the war on cancer is prevention an acutely recognized but long neglected solution to workplace environmental and public health associated cancers davis begins by asking what we know and how much we need to know about suspected carcinogens before taking the actions necessary to reduce or eliminate exposures to known and suspected carcinogens hence . In 2007 the american cancer society reported 12 million new cancer cases worldwide and 76 million cancer deaths given these staggering numbers its no wonder that people are beginning to question why the war on cancer declared by president nixon in 1971 has not led to the elimination of this disease. the secret history of the war on cancer reflects the complex interaction of science politics and society in the 20th century i am left wondering how it will change in the 21st toronto globe mail easily the most important science book of the year. The secret history of the war on cancer by dr devra davis shows decade by decade how the campaign has targeted the disease and left off the table the things that cause it tobacco alcohol the workplace and other environmental hazards
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