3 edition of Politics, science, and cancer found in the catalog.
Politics, science, and cancer
by Published by Westview Press for the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, D.C. in Boulder, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Gerald E. Markle and James C. Petersen.|
|Series||AAAS selected symposium ;, 46, AAAS selected symposium ;, 46.|
|Contributions||Markle, Gerald E., 1942-, Petersen, James C., 1944-, American Association for the Advancement of Science.|
|LC Classifications||RC271.L3 P64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 190 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||190|
|ISBN 10||089158854X, 0865310467|
|LC Control Number||80013466|
A controversial book that some dismiss as outright quackery, the author makes the claim based on research that cancer is caused by a vitamin B17 deficiency. He also states that the American medical community knows it to be true based on many studies, but in conjunction with the FDA, has banned Laetrile (a B17 concentrate) for political reasons /5. The politicization of science is the manipulation of science for political gain. It occurs when government, business, or advocacy groups use legal or economic pressure to influence the findings of scientific research or the way it is disseminated, reported or interpreted. The politicization of science may also negatively affect academic and scientific freedom.
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The Art and Politics of Science. Varmus H. New York: W.W. Norton & Company; This small book owes its existence in large part to Jean Strouse. Late in , when she was still the freshly appointed director of The New York Public Library’s Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers, Jean asked me to give a series of three lectures the Cited by: ‘ Working from the inside out: implications of breast cancer activism for biomedical policies and practices ’, Social Science and Medicine 44 (9): –15,Anon. Cited by:
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And yet Proctor, in his book Cancer Wars, argues that politics itself has been an integral factor in cancer funding and prevention history suggests that ideologically influenced administrations, including. Before venturing into detailed chapters reviewing the scientific evidence on breast cancer screening, we begin this textbook with an overview of the history of the breast, of breast cancer screening, and the perfect storm of politics and science surrounding this topic.
Of course terrorism is a real risk. So are climate change, avian flu, breast cancer, child snatchers, and all the other things that have us wringing our collective hands. But humanity has always faced one risk or another. but sitting here writing about Risk - the science and politics of fear by Dan Gardner, just goes to show, I am a /5(58).
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Varmus’s book illustrates this distinction nicely, if not thematically. In recent years, the “politics of science” has been a shorthand phrase denoting political interference in.
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Norton & Company, hoping that I would speak about some aspects of the Cited by: The Politics of Political Science: Re-Writing Latin American Experiences offers an essential reflection on both the relationship between knowledges and politics and the political and ethical role of the scholar today, demonstrating how the study of the politics of knowledge deepens our understanding of the politics of our times.
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Science and politics. Back in July, the House of Representatives passed a bill that requires all the NIH-funded research to be made freely available to the public within at most 12 months subsequent to publication.
The equivalent bill has passed the Senate Appropriations Committee earlier this summer and will be up for vote in the Senate very soon! In the tradition of Malcolm Gladwell, Gardner explores a new way of thinking about the decisions we are the safest and healthiest human beings who ever lived, and yet irrational fear is growing, with deadly consequences — such as the 1, Americans killed when they made the mistake of switching from planes to cars after September /5(5).In the politics of cancer therapy, anything that gets in the way of those in power gaining yet more power and wealth must be destroyed.
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