Breast Cancer: Poisons, Profits, and Prevention

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Common Courage Press, 1996 - Political Science - 341 pages
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The Smoking Gun on the Corporate Connection

Breast cancer is a largely preventable disease. But it generates billions in profits through diagnosis and treatment -- that don't save lives.

In Breast Cancer: Poisons, Profits and Prevention, Liane Clorfene-Casten tells what the corporations and government knew -- and when they knew it.

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