Kristine Lofgren

Research Finds 102 Often Everyday Chemicals Linked to Breast Cancer

by , 05/24/14
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A new study has identified a list of over 100 chemicals that are linked to breast cancer, and even more concerning, most Americans come across some of them every single day. Chemicals found in unavoidable things like gasoline, water, exhaust and even our food are linked to breast cancer, according to the study, and some of these chemicals routinely show up in urine, blood and breast milk samples. Check out the entire chemical list and what you can do to protect yourself and your loved ones.

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