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Kindly send complete details about yout course In beauty culture^ NAME_ ADDRESS___ PHONE- ZONE_ TO CALL THE CTAR DIAL 3 IERLING 5000 G. U. Project to Study Effect of Environment In Liability to Cancer The effect of man’s environment on his chance of getting cancer will be studied in a new $60,000 project to begin early next year at the Georgetown University Medical School, it was learned yesterday. While the research study will be* carried out in faculties provided by the school, it will be entirely under the direction of scientists of the National Cancer Institute. Dr. Wilhelm Hueper, an Institute scientist who will direct the project, said the strong evidence of occupa tional cancer is a strong basis for the study. The "very first” labora tory study of its kind, he said, will search further into the possibility that the way people live might be responsible for some of the Increase in cancer. Discussed Before Cancer Society. Dr. John R. Heller, jr., director of the institute, who discussed the project in an address before the American Cancer Society in New York Friday, pointed out that in dustrial progress has brought "many new substances contributing to the comfort and pleasures of life.” “But these same substances,” he declared, “have been adding a whole new spectrum of poisons to man's hazards. Some are carcinogenic agents—that can cause cancer. The danger lies in the slow, almost un noticeable harm that comes from contact with these agents.” Dr. Heller listed coal tars, some arsenic compounds, soot benzol and certain dyes as substances that have been proved cancer causes. Too much sunshine tan cause cancer in .some fair-skinned people, and radioactive substances are among the most dangerous known causes, he added. Aimed at Prevention. Dr. Heuper said the new study is in line with the view that it may be "cheaper to prevent cancer than to cure it.” Two large classrooms at the medi cal school have been transformed into "modem, air-conditioned labo ratory units” for the project at a co6t "in the neighborhood of $50, 000 to $60,000, he said. Work will begin in about two months, he said, when the units are completely equipped. Optimist Week Opens In Washington Today This Is Optimist Week. Optimist International, repre sented by several clubs in this area, holds to the belief that every one should be "too large for worry, too noble for anger, too strong for fear and too happy to permit the pres ence of trouble.” Last week Commissioner John Russell Young signed an official proclamation calling for observance of the week here. 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