By: Roy Burdon
272 pages, Figs, tabs
Explains how our genes work and how they are affected by a range of factors: toxic chemicals, nulcear and other radiation, atmospheric pollutants and, potentially, genetic engineering.
'The precautionary principle has found a powerful ally in the scientific analysis of Roy Burdon. It will be less easy for corporate interests to dismiss the concerns of the public now they come set on such rigorous foundations. This is not a scaremongers charter, far from it, it is a sober look at the reality of a toxic environment - a toxic environment created by human activity.' - Hugh Warwick, Editor, Splice
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