Date: Sat, 31 May 2008 10:19:05 -0400
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Subject: Re: Occupational and Environmental Cancer Prevention Conference
Presentations Online
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From: Rory O'Neill

Subject: Occupational and Environmental Cancer Prevention Conference  

Copies of presentations to last month=92s Occupational and Environmental 
Cancer Prevention conference, held in Stirling, Scotland, are now  
available online.

Yours, Rory

International Cancer Prevention Conference
Friday 25 April 2008
University of Stirling, Scotland

Presentations from Speakers

Dr Dick Clapp: Occupational and Environmental Cancer. A global view of  

the statistics
 [PDF 255KB]

Christophe Coutanceau: Occupational Cancer and Cancer Prevention in  

 [PDF 31KB]

Pam Eliason: Tried and Tested Solutions to Occupational Cancer  
Exposure Toxic Use Reduction: What it is and how it works?

 [PDF 2.4MB]

Dr Lin Fritschi and Dr Tim Driscoll: Estimating Occupational and  
Environmental Cancer Burdens in Australia

 [PDF 306KB]

David Gee: Establishing Evidence for Early Action on Preventing  
Cancer: Implementation of the Precautionary Principle
 [PDF 146KB]

Denis Gr=E9goire: The European TU Perspective on Occupational Cancer

[PDF 151KB]

Dr Timo Kauppinen: Cancer Exposure Databases in Finland

 [PDF 127KB]

Laurie Kazan-Allen: Successful International Campaigns on Cancer  
Prevention - Asbestos

 [PDF 185KB]

Dr Rokho Kim: Occupational Cancer Prevention and the WHO: The WHO  
Global Plan of Action on Workers Health
 [PEF 385KB]

John McClean: A UK TU Perspective on Occupational Cancer

 [PDF 23KB]

Fiona Murie: An International Trade Union Perspective on Occupational  


[PDF 1.5MB]

Professor Rory O=92Neill: A UK Perspective on Occupational Cancer.  
What=92s gone wrong, why and how we can improve prevention?

 [PDF 196KB]

Simon Pickvance: Worker Clinics and Occupational Cancer

 [PDF 15KB]

Dr Jennifer Sass: An International Environmental NGO Assessment of  
Environmental Cancers and their Prevention

 [PDF 161KB]

Larry Stoffman: Cancer prevention - What we can learn from beyond  
Scotland. The National Committee on Environmental & Occupational  
Exposures (NCEOE) (Canada)

 [PDF 475KB]

Dr Jukka Takala: The European Agency for Health and Safety at Work  
Perspective on Occupational Cancer

 [PDF 5.3KB]

Henning Wriedt: German Occupational Exposure Limits for Carcinogens:  
Proposal for a Preventive Approach Supported by the Trade Unions

 [PDF 49KB]

University of Stirling
Scotland, UK

Tel: + 44 (0) 1786 466337
Fax: + 44 (0) 1786 466344
Email: cancerpreventionconf**At_Symbol_Here**

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