Friday, February 03, 2006

STUDY: Half Breast Cancers Tied to Environment

Oakland Tribune, January 28, 2006
As many as half of all new breast cancers may be foisted upon woman by pollutants in the environment, triggered by such items as bisphenol-A lining tin cans or radiation from early mammograms, according to a review of recent science by two breast cancer groups. Their report, "State of the Evidence," released Tuesday, buttresses what many researchers increasingly suspect: that repeated low doses — particularly in early childhood — to chemicals normally considered harmless can have a profound effect. --Click the title of this post to read the full article from its source--


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