ChCh03

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86 1 Submitted
Food Safety Issues II. NRDC Report and Alar. UC Davis Environmental Toxicology Newsletter. Submitted;9.
ChCh03, Pesticides, The China Study - Book
90 2 2001
Ninth Report on Carcinogens. Washington, DC; 2001.
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91 3 1979
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96 4 1974
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97 5 1973
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98 6 1973
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100 7 1982
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101 8 1980
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103 9 1977
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261 10 1987

"Foci did not develop with up to about 10% dietary protein. Beyond 10% foci development increased dramatically with increases in dietary protein."

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94 11 1972

"Noting the possible relationship between high fat intake and heart disease, Nader branded the 15 billion hot dogs consumed annually in the country among 'America's deadliest missiles.'"

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196 12 1985

(Paper was featured on the cover.)

ChCh03, The China Study - Book
288 13 1990

100 to 0: low-protein alive, high protein rats dead. foci development a good proxy for tumor-growth.

ChCh03, The China Study - Book
193 14 1990

Animal (not plant) protein promotes cancer

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195 15 1985

Animal (not plant) protein promotes cancer

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92 16 1978

But doses were very high, would take a very long time to consume the equivalent.

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260 17 1991

Cancer development could be turned on, or off, depending on level of casein protein in the diet of rats

ChCh03, The China Study - Book
62 18 1989
Intolerable Risk: Pesticides in our Children's Food. New York: National Resources Defense Council; 1989.

Chemical carcinogen

ChCh03, The China Study - Book
286 19 1989
Subcommittee on the Tenth Edition of the RDAs. Food and Nutrition Board, Commission on Life Sciences, National Research Council. Washington DC: National Academy Press. 1989.

Compare with lab animals: healthful protein requirements similar in rats and humans - 10% (The food pyramid says 10-35%, an issue that Dr. Campbell debates later in the book, if I remember correctly.)

ChCh03, The China Study - Book
285 20 Submitted
WARNER RG, BREUER JR. Nutrient requirements of laboratory animals. NUTRIENT requirements of laboratory animals. Submitted;2:56-93.

Compare with RDA: healthful protein requirements similar in rats and humans

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206 21 1991

Disease onset began above 12% protein.

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99 22 1972

enzyme activity modified by level of protein consumption. On low-protein diets, cells multiplied more slowly.

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287 23 1989

Gluten and soy didn't have nearly the same cancer promoting effect as casein. It's animal protein that's the problem.

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289 24 1975

HBV infection risk factor for liver cancer.

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291 25 1982

HBV infection risk factor for liver cancer.

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292 26 1982

Higher casein level promotes breast cancer in rats

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293 27 1982

Humans utilize same female hormone system that operates in rats

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35 28 1997

In rat studies, aflatoxin-induced hepatocellular carcinoma is substantially prevented by decreasing the intake of animal based protein (casein)

ChCh03, The China Study - Book
107 29 1987

Low protein diet could override the cancer-causing effect of the aflatoxin carcinogen.

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108 30 1982

Measure foci development and number: "Foci development was almost entirely dependent on how much protein was consumed, regardless of how much aflatoxin was consumed."

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110 31 1980

measuring "foci," the precuror clusters of cells that grow into tumors--predictive of tumor development.

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34 32 1997

Mice with HBV gene to form tumors only form the tumor when protein consumption is high (similar to chemical carcinogen)

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88 33 1970

nitrite produces nitrosamines in our bodies.

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89 34 1999
Ninth ROC rocks the boat. Report on Carcinogens. Environ Health Perspect. 1999;107(1):A17.

nitrite produces nitrosamines, which are "reasonably anticipated to be human carcinogens."

ChCh03, Related, The China Study - Book
95 35 1979

Nitrite promotes lymphoma incidence in rats.

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93 36 1967

Nitrosamine causes cancer, the more nitrosamine, the more cancer.

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102 37 1978

On low-protein diet: enzyme activity reduced

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109 38 1981

On low-protein diet: fewer aflotoxin-DNA adducts were formed.

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105 39 1970

On low-protein diet: less aflotoxin entered the cell

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106 40 1970

quantity of critical components of relevant enzymes was reduced

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25 41 1968

Rats given aflatoxin. 100% of rats fed high protein (20%) got liver cancer or precursor lesions. 0% on low protein diet! See also Youngman studies.

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194 42 1986

reactions combine to increase cancer

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87 43 1996

sodium nitrite, meat preservative adds pink color and taste to hot dogs, bacon, and canned meat. Used since the 1920's.

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104 44 1976

The lower the protein intake, the lower the number of aflotoxin-DNA adducts.

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33 45 1992

Turn foci development on, or off, depending on protein consumption. Earlier foci initiation imprinted a kind of cellular memory. China Study: "In simple terms, the body holds a grudge." 100 to 0: low-protein alive, high protein rats dead. Foci development a good proxy for tumor development

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290 46 1989

Virus gene becomes part of liver, initiating cancer.

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