Published in Clinical Oncology Week, August 25th, 2003
His arguments include the relationship between cigarette smoke and lung cancer. An exception is skin cancer and sunlight because there is a direct connection between exposure to sun and mutations in skin cells.
In work that has ramifications for cancer research and environmental and pharmaceutical regulatory policy, William G. Thilly, professor of biological engineering in MIT's biological engineering division, and his students mathematically analyzed years of...
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