The Secret Inside Your Phone – CBC Marketplace – Sun March 26, 10:30am
Wendy Mesley visits Berkley California, where the cell phone industry is fighting to keep instructions on how to use your phone out of sight. Tests show that today’s phones exceed emission standards, when held against the body … or ear. Follow Wendy across North America, asking why phones should be kept away from to body, and what is the latest on cell phones and cancer.
Environmental filmmaker Andrew Nisker loves the outdoors and loves golf. After the death of his father, from the blood cancer Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, Andrew starts hunting for answers to his many questions about why this particular cancer, and where it came from. His search, to his surprise, takes him into the manicured world of the sport his family loves.
Featuring Prevent Cancer Now Board members, hematologist Dr. Richard van der Jagt, and Meg Sears PhD.
Prevent Cancer Now recognized Ada Lockridge for decades of cancer prevention work, for constantly seeking answers for important questions affecting her community, inciting change in Sarnia’s industrial heart, and especially her keen intellect, energy and spirit of love for humanity and the environment underlying her actions.
A report highlights a patchwork of ‘cosmetic’ pesticides laws across Canada. Roughly a third of Canadians are well protected, and a third not protected at all from this non-essential use of pesticides. The Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE) gives the provinces of Ontario and Nova Scotia top marks for limiting pesticides to least-toxic products for urban landscapes; Quebec’s Pesticide Code protects children both indoors and outdoors, but only addresses lawns and not gardens; and west of Manitoba no province requires least-toxic options for landscaping.
The Halifax Project recipients of 2015 Group Cancer Prevention Award
The Halifax Project (subtitled “Rethinking Cancer”) is the recipient of the Group Cancer Prevention Award – 2015. Leaders Michael Gilbertson and Leroy Lowe are convinced that better understanding the features or “Hallmarks” of the development of cancer, is key to both prevention, and better treatments. This approach has underlain Prevent Cancer Now from its inception.
The world’s most used weed-killer is probably carcinogenic
Does glyphosate cause cancer? Canadians are among 94 scientists parsing the experimental details and concluding, “probably yes,” in the ongoing dispute between the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer “probable carcinogen” designation, and the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) “probably not” finding. The independent scientists conclude that the ECHA under-rated and misinterpreted human studies, and over-rated secret animal studies…
100+ groups want Great Lakes protected from radiactive materials
More than 100 organizations from around the Great Lakes are calling on the Canadian and American governments to list radionuclides as a “chemical of mutual concern” under the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement. The groups’ call is supported by a new report outlining the shortcomings of current efforts to track radionuclides and explaining what needs to be done to properly monitor these dangerous substances in our Great Lakes.
The Great Lakes basin is a hotbed for nuclear-related activity, with more than 30 nuclear generating stations, fuel processing facilities, waste disposal and uranium mine tailing sites scattered around the four lower lakes.
To protect yourself from getting cancer, or a recurrence, choose foods, house/garden products, play spaces, toys, medicines and medical tests that will minimize your exposure to toxins. Here are some tips: