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CHE Partnership call: Why the US Leaves Deadly Chemicals on the Market: A Conversation with Journalist Elizabeth Grossman
Wed, Dec 9

CHE Partnership call: Environmental Health and Complexity: Exploring the Ecological Model of Health
Fri, Dec 11

CHE Partnership call: Is a Health Study the Answer for Your Community? A Guide for Making Informed Decisions
Tues Jan 26

11/18/15: MP3 recording available: Brain Sex Differences During Gestation: The Role of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals

11/12/15: MP3 recording available: Predicting Toxicity: Silent Spring Institute's High Throughput Screens for Chemicals Related to Breast Cancer

11/10/15: MP3 recording available: Community-Based Participatory Research in the Arctic: Sources of Environmental Contaminants on St. Lawrence Island

11/5/15: MP3 recording available: Bringing Public Health to the International Negotiating Table: Environmental Health and the Paris Climate Summit in December 2015

10/30/15: MP3 recording available: Reducing the Burden: International Reproductive Health Leaders Call for Greater Efforts to Prevent Toxic Chemical Exposure, New Opinion from FIGO

10/21/15: MP3 recording available: The Endocrine Society's Second Scientific Statement on Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals

10/20/15: MP3 recording available: Responding to Communities: Communicating the Science of TCE and PCE

10/19/15: MP3 recording available: Climate Change and the Release of Contaminants in the Arctic: Current Research and Potential Health Effects

10/13/15: MP3 recording available: Theories of Carcinogenesis: Mutations and Cancer

10/8/15: MP3 recording available: The Price of Pollution: Costs of Environmental Health Conditions in Children


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The President's Cancer Panel Report: "Reducing Environmental Cancer Risk: What We Can Do Now"

May 18, 2010

Media coverage and other responses to the PCP Report:

Organizational responses

Lung Cancer Alliance responds to President's Cancer Panel report

May 6, 2010

Reproductive Health Advocates Commend the President’s Cancer Panel
May 6, 2010

Media coverage

Journal of the National Cancer Institute, President's Cancer Panel Stirs Up Environmental Health Community
July 28, 2010

Science and Environmental Health Network: Networker newsletter, Reflections on the President's Cancer Panel Report (including commentary by Ted Schettler, MD, MPH)
June/July 2010 issue

JAMA, New Report Argues Environmental Factors Are Underappreciated as Cancer Risks
June 22, 2010

Huffington Post, A Bridge to Somewhere - Responding to the President's Cancer Panel Report (Part 1)
June 7, 2010

WTIC radio, CT: Greener Living Radio, Dr. Richard Clapp is featured in the first hour of the program speaking to cancer and environment and the PCP report
Greener Living Radio website

June 5, 2010

Los Angeles Times, Environmental Cancer Risks May Be More Dangerous Than You Think
May 24, 2010

The Lancet, Preventable Cancer in the US
May 15, 2010

Time, Cancer, Cancer Everywhere
May 14, 2010

NPR On Point, Environmental Cancer Risk: The President's Cancer Panel sounds the alarm on environmental cancer risks
May 12, 2010

WBAI radio, NYC, Green Street Radio, Dr. Richard Clapp discusses the PCP
May 11, 2010

Huffington Post, Memo to the American Cancer Society: Every Cancer Counts
May 11, 2010

Reuters, Environmental Cancers Still a Wild Card
May 10, 2010

The Brian Lehrer Show, Cancer and the Environment
May 10, 2010

Effect Measure, Environmental Cancer: because it's there
May 8, 2010

Boston Globe, Cancer Panel Sounds Alarm on Exposure to Chemicals
May 7, 2010

New York Times op-ed column by Nicholas Kristoff, New Alarm Bells About Chemicals and Cancer
May 6, 2010

Huffington Post, blog post by Jeanne Rizzo, President and CEO of the Breast Cancer Fund, co-facilitator of CHE's Breast Cancer Working Group, Will the War on Cancer Evolve to Take on Environmental Risks?
May 6, 2010

Washington Post, "Cancer Panel: 'Grievous Harm' Posed by Unchecked Chemicals in US"
May 6, 2010

Environmental Health News, "President's Cancer Panel: Environmentally Caused Cancers Are 'Grossly Underestimated" and 'Needlessly Devastate American Lives"
May 6, 2010

On the Ground, Nicholas Kristoff's blog, "Cancer Panels and Journalistic Panels"
May 5, 2010

Daily Kos, Vindicated...by President's Cancer Panel, no less
May 6, 2010

Breitbart, President's Cancer Panel Report Finds True Burden of Environmentally Induced Cancer Greatly Underestimated
May 6, 2010

Business Week, US Must Do More to Cut Cases of Environmental Cancers
May 6, 2010

USA Today, "Toxins Causing 'Grievous Harm', Cancer Panel Says"
May 6, 2010

MedPage Today, "Cancer Panel Says Environment May Contribute to Cancer Risk"
May 6, 2010

Plastic News, Obama's cancer panel pushes for more regulation of chemicals
May 6, 2010

Advancing Green Chemistry, President's Cancer Panel Report links environmental toxics to cancer; strongly endorses Green Chemistry
May 6, 2010

Los Angeles Times, "Cancer Risk of Chemicals in the Environment Uncertain"
May 5, 2010

NPR's Health Blog, "Everyday Chemicals Threaten Our Health, But Exact Risks Are Unknown"
May 6, 2010

Reuters, "American's 'Bombarded' With Cancer Causes: Government Panel"
May 6, 2010

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