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Silent Invaders - Pesticides, Livelihoods and Womens Health

Edited By: Miriam Jacobs and Barbara Dinham
352 pages, Tabs
Publisher: Zed Books
Silent Invaders - Pesticides, Livelihoods and Womens Health
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Women tend to be more exposed to pesticides than men in the developing world. This book discusses the toxic effects impact on women in specific physiological ways.

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Edited By: Miriam Jacobs and Barbara Dinham
352 pages, Tabs
Publisher: Zed Books
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