Cancer and Chemicals
In the debate over cancer and chemicals, the chemical industry commonly downplays the actual or potential effects of widely-used chemicals. Environmental health campaigners, on the other hand, argue that commonly used chemicals play a role in cancer rates.
- Nancy Evans, ed., "State of the Evidence. What Is the Connection Between the Environment and Breast Cancer?" (Fourth Edition), Breast Cancer Fund/Breast Cancer Action, 2006 (68-page pdf).
- Douglas Fischer, "Study: Half breast cancers tied to environment: Analysis of 350 studies finds half of cases are unrelated to genetic risk or lifestyle choices", Oakland Tribune, January 24, 2006.
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