Strategies for Chemical Prevention of Cancer
Most efforts in cancer control have in the past been directed at eliminating suspected carcinogens or cancer-promoting factors in the environment or diet. Modification of diet by fat reduction or changes in smoking habits are examples of this subtractive approach to cancer prevention.
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