The CE2C Network

Studying environmental exposures and cancer development.

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The Canadian Environmental Exposures in Cancer (CE2C) is a network of research centres across Canada devoted to the study of environmental exposures and cancer development.

Latest CE2C News

 
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CE2C Network highlighted in the Toronto Star

Dr. Dellaire discussess the effects of radon gas and arsenic exposure

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New CE2C-authored book chapter

CE2C members recently discussed oncogenetics of lung cancer induced by environmental carcinogens 

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CE2C scientist tackles on short-term radon testing

Dr. Godarzi's research reveals a high level of failure (up to 99%) in measuring radon levels in a  five-day test.

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An arsenic in well water risk map for Nova Scotia

by G. W. Kennedy and J. M. Drage

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CE2C scientist at TEDxYYC

Dr. Goodarzi talked about "Radon in our homes: The science behind the danger"

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Radio interview with CBC on Radon and Arsenic

CE2C Team Leader, Dr. Graham Dellaire, explain the risks associated with chronic exposure to radon and arsenic

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CE2C publishes a collaborative study

CE2C members have reviewed genomics and epigenetics features in mesothelioma

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First CE2C annual meeting

The first CE2C meeting was held in Halifax, on October 3rd, 2019.