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Exposure

Environmental Links to Breast Cancer

Overview

Genre
Environment, Lifestyle, and Human Interest
Synopsis

Exposure explores how toxins and radiation in the environment are one affecting our health. It examines women's health, focusing on breast cancer and the possibilities for reducing cancer through the phasing out of toxins in the air we breathe, the food we eat and the water we drink. Exposure looks at the possibilities for prevention of cancer that are beyond the control of personal life choices.

Hosted by singer, actor and breast cancer survivor, Olivia Newton-John.

"The film assembles some compelling evidence to support the thesis … Exposure is a call to action."
The Montreal Gazette

Stage
finished
Running time
58 minutes

Credits

Production Details

Prod. Co.
Z films inc.
Country
Canada
Years of Production
1996
Locations
Canada and USA
Prod. Partners
Women's Healthy Environments Network

Distribution Details

Release year
1997
Festivals
New York Film and Video Festival
Broadcast (Prod.)
CBC
Language
English

Photos

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