Published in Cancer Weekly, April 4th, 2006
According to a study from the United States, "Cancer is a health endpoint influenced by a multitude of factors, including genetic history, individual behavior, and environmental insults. The ubiquity of toxicants in the environment has raised questions about the extent of their role in causing cancer in humans."
"More specifically, it is desirable to understand the cancer incidence due to airborne toxicants in anthropogenic pollution," explained M.L. Boeglin and colleagues, Indiana University. "One particular class of such pollutants...
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