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Air toxins and Human Cancer analyzes the proof for the potential contribution of pollution to the starting place of human melanoma. exotic specialists in numerous components of melanoma examine record on: - pollution and melanoma: an outdated and a brand new challenge; - resources, nature and degrees of air toxins; - dimension and tracking of person exposures; - experimental facts for the carcinogenicity of air pollution; - epidemiological facts on pollution and melanoma; - melanoma danger estimation and prevention.
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Air Pollution and Human Cancer by Lorenzo Tomatis (auth.), Lorenzo Tomatis (eds.)