2007 University of Pittsburgh Medical Center for Environmental Oncology Cancer Institute FAQs about Cancer and the Environment
In 2007 the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center for Environmental Oncology University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute posted Frequently Asked Questions about Cancer and the Environment.
The topics covered at that time included: Cancer Myths and Facts • Cell Phone Use • Exercise and Your Health • Flame Retardants • Food and Diet • Gasoline Toxicity • Green Building • Hazardous Toxins • Household Products • Lowered Life Expectancy for Women, Obesity & the Environment • Occupational Exposures • Organic Foods • Pesticides • Plastics • Radiation • Smoking Toxicity • Water Pollution.
The recommendations on reducing cell phone radiation exposure were the first recommendations by a hospital in the United States.
Dr. Devra Davis, President of Environmental Health Trust was founding founding director of the University of Pittsburgh Center for Environmental Oncology, University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute and developed this document.Center-for-Environmental-Oncology-FAQs-