Briefings and Reports
Asbestos in Scotland.
Authors: Gorman, T. Johnston, R. McIvor, A. Watterson, A. Int J Occup Environ Health 2004;10:183–192
Breast Cancer: An Environmental Disease. The case for Primary Prevention
Authors: Ward, D et al. Published by the UK Working Group on the Primary Prevention of Breast Cancer for the No More Breast Cancer Campaign. 2005. Breast Cancer: An environmental disease. summary doc
Burying the Evidence
Prof. Watterson and O’Neill. June 2007
Burying the Evidence – How Great Britain is Prolonging the Occupational Cancer Epidemic
Authors: O’Neill, Pickvance & Watterson. Vol 13/No 4, Oct/Dec 2007. Int J Occup Environ Health.
Children, Farmers and Pesticides users at risk? A Review of the Role Pesticides Play in Some Cancers
Authors: Lyons, G & Watterson, A. Chemtrust.
Linking Breast Cancer and Our Environment
Helen Lynn for Women in Europe for a Common Future.
Job Killers: Allegations without Verification
Authors: Dreier, P & Martin C. Published on line. June 2012
Occ Cancer Prev in Scotland – a missing health priority
Authors: Watterson A, O’Neill, R & Gorman, T. Eur.J . Oncol.v, ol.1 3,n .3, pp. 161-169,2008
Occupational Health in the UK Gas Industry
Authors: Watterson A. Book Chapter.
Recommendations for the Primary Prevention of Cancer
Report of the Ontario Task Force on the Pirmary Prevention of Cancer. March 1995
Reducing Environmental Cancer Risk. What we can do now
US Presidents Cancer Panel Report 2008 – 2009
Report on the International Occupational and Environmental Cancer Prevention Conference
Stirling University, Scotland, April 2008.
Author: Watterson, A. Eur. J. Oncol., vol. 13, n. 2, pp. 00-00, 2008
Sex Ratio Changes as Sentinel Health Events of Endocrine Disruption
Authors: Van Larebeke, N.A. Sasco, A. Brophy, J. Keith, M. Gilbertson, M. Watterson, A. Int J Occup Environ Health 2008;14:138–143
State of the Evidence
The Connection between Breast Cancer and the Environment. Breast Cancer Fund.
STOPPING BREAST CANCER BEFORE IT STARTS
Putting Primary Prevention on the National Breast Cancer Agenda.
Helen Lynn and Women’s Environmental Network. November 2000.
The Economic Costs of Health Service Treatments for Asbestos-Related Mesothelioma Deaths.
Authors: Watterson, A. Gorman, T. Malcolm, C. Robinson, M. & Beck, M. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 1076: 871–881 (2006). C 2006 New York Academy of Sciences.
Work and Wider Environmental Cancer Prevention: UK perspectives
Author: Watterson. The Scottish Cancer Prevention Newsletter. Vol 3. Issue 1.
Worker-Driven and Community-Based Investigation of the Health of One Group of Workers Exposed to Vinyl Chloride Monomer (VCM)
Authors: Carlin, J. Knight, J. Pickvance, S. Watterson, A. Journal of Risk and Governance. Vol 1, Issue 2. 2009.
Declarations and statements linked to cancer and the environment
The Paris Appeal
The Paris Appeal – ARTAC
MEP’s Against Cancer – European Parliament votes for strategic approach to cancer control and creation of EU cancer task force
Resolution on Combating Cancer in the EU
Worldwide initiatives on cancer prevention and resources
Occupational Cancer/Zero Cancer – A union guide to prevention
International Metalworkers Federation 2007
Work Cancer Prevention kit
Cancer: 101 solutions to a Preventable Epidemic
Liz Armstrong, Guy Dauncey and Anne Wordworth.
New Society Publishing 2007
Doubt is Their Product
Oxford University Press 2008
The Secret History of the War on Cancer
Basic Books 2007
Films and Documentaries
Jim Brophy’s Presentation for virtual workshop: Confounding risk factors, endocrine disrupting chemicals and the need for a new cancer plan held on the 12/12/13.
Richard Clapp’s Presentation for virtual workshop: Confounding risk factors, endocrine disrupting chemicals and the need for a new cancer plan held on the 12/12/13.
Susan Jobling’s Presentation for virtual workshop: Confounding risk factors, endocrine disrupting chemicals and the need for a new cancer plan held on the 12/12/13.
Helen Lynn’s presentation to the Hazards Conference 2014.
Members Resource Material
WEN Scotland – All our Children’s Futures – A not so local affair.