About

The Alliance for Cancer Prevention is campaigning to reduce preventable cancer incidence by calling for recognition of environmental and occupational risk factors. The Alliance aims to challenge the existing perception of control and treatment of cancer being the best way…

Members

A multi stakeholder group which includes representatives from NGOs, environmental and occupational health organisations, trade unions, public health advocates and civil society groups.

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We are always interested in hearing from you, whether its in connection with the content of this site, any questions you might have or if you think your cancer is environmentally or occupationally related please contact us here. Facilitator Helen…

News

Diesel exhaust is a serious cancer risk in miners

Miners exposed to high levels of diesel exhaust face a dramatically increased lung cancer risk, a long delayed official US study has found. In a study of non-metal miners in the United States, federal government scientists reported that heavy exposure…

EDC Free Europe: Our 8 demands for an European EDC Strategy

EU has the obligation to protect its people and the environment from all harm caused by endocrine disrupting chemicals. The EDC Free Future Campaigns has eight demands for an EU EDC strategy.

European Parliament rejects unworkable and unlawful chemical regulation for endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs).

European Parliament rejects unworkable and unlawful chemical regulation for endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs). 4/10/17 Today the European Parliament rejected the unworkable and controversial European Commission proposal of identification criteria for endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs). The Alliance for Cancer Prevention is…

Don’t play hard Brexit with our health – House of Lords.

In light of the upcoming debate in the House of Lords on Monday 5th and Wednesday 7th March discussing what will happen to UK chemicals regulations after Brexit, the Alliance for Cancer Prevention calls on the Lords not play hard…

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Brexit – no excuse for playing politics with our health.

As the country stumbles towards a shambolic and increasingly disastrous Brexit and just when we thought things can’t get any worse, a leaked government impact assessment report reiterates how the UK will be worse off after Brexit under every scenario…

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New report on why GE workers paying price for decades of exposure to toxic chemicals

A comprehensive study of chemical exposures at GE’s Peterborough plant shows workers routinely handled more than 3,000 highly toxic substances in decades past. GE has said protective measures were appropriate for the time and that health and safety of workers…

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