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San Francisco Chronicle features PHI Study Showing that Exposure to the Chemicals PCBs Increases Risk of Breast Cancer

A woman's risk of developing breast cancer before age 50 is three times higher if she has a high amount of a form of common synthetic chemical in her blood during her reproductive years, a new study by the Public Health Institute's Child Health and Development Studies show.
 

A woman’s risk of developing breast cancer before age 50 is three times higher if she has a high amount of a form of common synthetic chemical in her blood during her reproductive years, a new study by the Public Health Institute’s Child Health and Development Studies show.

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Originally published by San Francisco Chronicle


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