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Human Cancer: Epidemiology and Environmental Causes

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This important new reference book on human cancer provides a global picture of the epidemiology of cancer and its environmental causes. By summarising on a cancer-by-cancer basis geographical, environmental and ethical factors, the volume collates a wealth of information which, taken together, provides valuable insights into the causes of cancer and scope for its ...more
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Published August 25th 2005 by Cambridge University Press (first published June 4th 1992)
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Kay Carman
Feb 23, 2016 Kay Carman rated it liked it
From School Library Journal: "Living in the shadow of the Fruitless Mountain, Minli and her parents spend their days working in the rice fields, barely growing enough to feed themselves. Every night, Minli's father tells her stories about the Jade Dragon that keeps the mountain bare, the greedy and mean Magistrate Tiger, and the Old Man of the Moon who holds everyone's destiny. Determined to change her family's fortune, Minli sets out to find the Old Man of the Moon, urged on by a talking ...more
Salsabrarian
The author states that this book was inspired by Chinese folk and fairy tales and it definitely has the magical tone and feel of that genre. Minli wishes her little struggling family could have good fortune, and, inspired by the tales her father has told her, decides to set out and find the Old Man of the Moon and ask his advice. Along her journey, she meets characters who are key to advancing her mission: a dragon who can't fly, a king, a poor buffalo boy with a special friend, and a group of ...more
LeAnne
Stories inside stories in the style of 1001 Nights in this book where a little Chinese girl goes off to find the old man on the moon to learn how she can change her family's fortune. Along the way she meets interesting characters who help her on the journey and some who pose a danger. The stories that she hears from her father and from those along the way interlock in a satisfying whole. I did think that the extreme change in fortune at the end (however delightful!) undermined the verbalized ...more
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Not really my personal taste, but very well done.
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