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André Cicolella

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Réseau Environnement Santé

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Réseau Environnement Santé

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Andre Cicolella is a chemical toxicologist, a former scientific adviser at France's national research institute on environmental risks and a university lecturer on health and environment in Paris.
He heads the association Réseau Environnement Santé, which started the action that led to a ban on bisphenol A in baby bottles and on perchloroethylenes used in dry cleaning in France.


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RES - Lecture in Belgium on ending the breast cancer epidemic and Breast cancer book review André Cicolella, President of Réseau Environnement Santé (RES), will present his new book "Cancer du Sein: En finir avec l'epidemie" (Breast Cancer, Ending the epidemic) 8 pm on Tuesday, 29 November 2016 in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.
RES - New book on how to end the breast cancer epidemic In early October a book explaining how to end the breast cancer epidemic will be published in France ('Cancer du sein: en finir avec l'épidémie'/ 'Breast cancer, ending the epidemic) by André Cicolella, President of Réseau Environnement Santé (RES).


RES - New book on how to end the breast cancer epidemic - Health and Environment Alliance

In early October a book explaining how to end the breast cancer epidemic will be published in France ('Cancer du sein: en finir avec l'épidémie'/ 'Breast cancer, ending the epidemic) by André Cicolella, President of Réseau Environnement Santé (RES).


RES - Lecture in Belgium on ending the breast cancer epidemic and Breast cancer book review - Health and Environment Alliance

André Cicolella, President of Réseau Environnement Santé (RES), will present his new book "Cancer du Sein: En finir avec l'epidemie" (Breast Cancer, Ending the epidemic) 8 pm on Tuesday, 29 November 2016 in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.


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• André Cicolella, president of Réseau Environnement Santé (RES), in France, attributed the following three events to having had a large impact on the French Parliament in adopting a national strategy on endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) in May 2014: Wingspread Conference, July 1991; Global Chemicals Outlook, UNEP, 2012; and the study on EDCs produced by Institut Noteo, Sept. 2013;
• Health can be viewed as the fourth ecological crisis but also as the fourth pillar of sustainability (André Cicolella); Guest speakers were Charlotte Brody, BlueGreen Alliance (USA); Jim Brophy and Margaret Keith, University of Windsor (Canada); and André Cicolella, Réseau Environnement Santé (France). André Cicolella has been instrumental in that country's adoption of a national strategy regarding endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs). He spoke about how the mode of action (MOA) of EDCs does not fall into the classic paradigm of toxicology, formulated in the sixteenth century by Paracelsus, which states that "the dose makes the poison. This paradigm remains the current model for the regulation of substances. However, EDCs cannot be measured this way because their effects vary, depending on how and when humans and wildlife are exposed to these chemicals including age of exposure, time between the exposure and its effect, interactions between chemicals causing an effect, and long-term exposure. • Because the long-term effects of exposure have not been determined, Cicolella has said that it would be preferable to limit all human exposure to substances characterized as EDCs. Furthermore, he raised the question: How are we to evaluate the risk of exposure? This is an important concern because EDCs clearly have a different MOA than other substances-and that MOA is the model on which the current regulations are based. Cicolella believes it is time for citizens to be involved in a public health revolution. He has written about the failure of the current biomedical model to stop the epidemic of chronic illnesses that humans now face. He envisions a "public health revolution that requires a new paradigm built upon an eco-systemic definition of health and the recognition of the legitimacy for citizen participation based upon the precautionary principle."


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