Published in Blood Weekly, July 7th, 2005
According to a study from Italy, "The potential health consequences of human exposure to environmental estrogen disrupters are not known. Because many chemical compounds are environmentally persistent, toxic and estrogen-active, they can dysregulate the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis, potentially inducing reproductive disorders such as central precocious puberty (CPP)."
"We performed a multicenter analysis of CPP distribution in northwest Tuscany (NWT), an area of 5990 km2 with 1280895 inhabitants. Study criteria consisted of recorded CPP diagnoses...
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