Between 1973 and 1998, the rate of incidents of breast cancer in the USA increased by more than 40 percent. Today, women have a one in eight chance of having breast cancer.
Learn about where and how we come into contact with chemicals and radiation linked to increased breast cancer risk. Then discover what can be done to cut your exposure.
State of the Evidence 2008 is a comprehensive report on the link between the environment and increased breast cancer risk.
The evidence is divided into three categories: chemical carcinogens, hormones and endocrine disrupting compounds and radiation.
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