Samuel S. Epstein M.D., and David Steinman
with Suzanne LeVert, 1998
book that takes the cancer establishment to task
The First Complete Survey of the Causes of Breast
and the Steps You Can Take to Reduce your Risks.
- What the cancer establishment won't tell you and why
- Personal and environmental risks you can avoid
- Prevention strategies that work
WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW CAN HURT YOU
Breast Cancer rates continue to climb, with this disease striking
more women every year, and yet information about known risks and
prevention strategies is not reaching you. The cancer establishment
has a vested interest in keeping you focused on early detection,
treatment, and basic genetic research rather than on reducing the
risks for developing the disease in the first place.
The Truth is, breast cancer is not a random
killer. There are many simple, straight- forward ways women can
help protect themselves
against it. Supported by a wealth of scientifically documented,
medically sound information, this ground-breaking book outlines
the unpublished "Dirty Dozen" risk factors for breast cancer and
describes in detail the ways you can avoid them.
Comments about the
NOTE: The Breast Cancer Prevention Program
is no longer available from the publisher. A copy may be available
from your local library.