1. Criticize the statement: "The best way to prevent cancer is to ban all known carcinogens."
2. In what sense is the origin of cancer related to the second law of thermodynamics?
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Carcinogens are even commonly produced by the human body’s metabolism, as free radicals.
Many more examples could be made of carcinogens we get in contact with in our everyday life. Therefore, it seems unimaginable to ban all known carcinogens, as that would significantly impact our life quality. It seems more reasonable instead to try to limit as much as possible the use of carcinogens, and to conduct a healthy lifestyle, in order to limit the carcinogenic potential of the harmful substances we are forced to cohabit with....