Environmental Health Perspectives - Volume 105, issue Suppl 4

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1552-9924
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0091-6765

Abstract

Dietary restriction (DR) alters a significant environmental factor in carcinogenesis, dietary intake, thus inhibiting both spontaneous and induced tumorigenesis. Potential mechanisms for the inhibition of spontaneous cancer may include the effects of DR to do the following: decrease body weight,

Journal: Environmental Health Perspectives, vol. 105, no. Suppl 4, 1997

Abstract

Chemoprevention may be one way to prevent lung cancer in smokers who are motivated to quit but cannot stop. The approach to chemoprevention of lung cancer described in this article is based on an understanding of the lung carcinogens present in tobacco smoke. The available data indicate that the

Journal: Environmental Health Perspectives, vol. 105, no. Suppl 4, 1997

Abstract

This article consists of two parts: a brief overview of the ways in which free radicals can be involved in chemical carcinogenesis, and a review of cigarette smoke chemistry. Carcinogenesis is generally agreed to involve at least three stages: initiation, promotion, and progression. It is suggest

Journal: Environmental Health Perspectives, vol. 105, no. Suppl 4, 1997