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Cancer Causing Substances

Cancer risk factors include exposure to certain substances, which may contribute to the development of cancer. However, substances can have different levels of cancer-causing potential, and the risk of developing cancer is dependent on several factors, including individual genetic background and the amount and duration of the exposure. This book focuses on various cancer risk factors, covering numerous known, probable, and possible carcinogens; their role in carcinogenesis; mechanisms of carcinogenicity; and methods for detecting carcinogens. And due to the growing concerns over the effects that substances and environmental exposures can have on human health, the chapters also emphasize on the vital need for further topic-related research as well as development and implementation of beneficial approaches.

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Cancer Causing SubstancesEdited by Faik Atroshi

Published: May 16th 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.68247

ISBN: 978-1-78923-141-0

Print ISBN: 978-1-78923-140-3

Copyright year: 2018

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218 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Heavy Metals and Cancer

By Austin Carver and Vincent S. Gallicchio

57

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2. Cancer, Carcinogens and Screening in the Kidney

By Michael Higgins, Ismael Obaidi and Tara McMorrow

58

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3. Increased Air Pollution Causing Cancers and Its Rapid Online Monitoring

By Jianhai Sun, Jinhua Liu, Chunxiu Liu, Yanni Zhang, Xiaofeng Zhu, Jingjing Zhang and Zhanwu Ning

33

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4. Cancer Causing Chemicals

By Maher Soliman

33

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5. What’s New Among Cancer Etiology Horizon?

By Trinanjan Basu

37

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