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Title Cancer costs in Australia : the potential impact of dietary change / prepared by Geoffrey C Marks ... [and others] ; Australian Food and Nutrition Monitoring Unit
Published [Canberra] : [Dept. of Health and Aged Care], [2001]
©2001

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Description xiv, 161 pages ; 30 cm
regular print
Summary There is broad consensus that poor diet and nutrition have a significant impact on the overall burden of disease and disability in Australia. Good nutrition plays an important role in every stage of the lifecycle, from birth to old age. Poor diet and nutrition have been identified as contributing to the risk of diseases such as coronary heart disease, stroke, hypertension, atherosclerosis, cancers of several sites, Type 2 diabetes, osteoporosis, dental caries and gall bladder disease. These diseases place an enormous social and economic burden on individuals, families and society as a whole
Analysis Electronic resource
Notes "This publication is part of the National Food and Nutrition Monitoring and Surveillance Project, funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care"
"Publication approval number: 3061" --p. [ii]
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Also available on the WWW
Commonwealth of Australia 2001
Subject Cancer -- Treatment -- Nutritional aspects -- Australia.
Cancer -- Treatment -- Economic aspects -- Australia.
Cancer -- Prevention.
Cancer -- Nutritional aspects -- Research.
Food consumption -- Research -- Australia.
Nutrition surveys -- Australia.
Medical care, Cost of -- Australia.
Cancer -- Economic aspects -- Australia.
Cancer -- Nutritional aspects -- Australia.
Neoplasms.
National Health Programs.
Feeding Behavior.
Nutrition Surveys.
Cost of Illness.
Neoplasms -- diet therapy.
Neoplasms -- economics.
Health Care Costs.
Australia.
Australia.
Author Marks, Geoffrey C
Australia. Department of Health and Aged Care.
National Food and Nutrition Monitoring Surveillance Project (Australia)
Australian Food and Nutrition Monitoring Unit.
LC no. 00002442
ISBN 0642820546