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Homicide by Pesticides

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A collection of articles on the threat posed to public health by pesticide residues and industrial toxins. From the economic costs of pollution to the health threats posed by the growing contamination of soil, air groundwater and river systems in India.

It includes the author's own experience of his battle against a rare form of Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma and details various studies on the link between pesticide contamination and a host of diseases. It also describes how the unborn child can be affected by the exposure of either parent to pollution.

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Pages : 128
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Publication : Centre for Science and Environment
Format: Paper Back
E-Book Availability: No
Language: English

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