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DDT exposure raises ALL women's risks of breast cancer 40 years later - and those who came into contact with the toxic pesticide as babies will get the disease earlier, study suggests

All women who were exposed to the toxic pesticide DDT under age 14 are at higher risks of breast cancer than others, a new, 60-year study finds.  Oddly, if women were exposed as infants, they were most likely to develop breast cancer at earlier ages. If they encountered the now-banned chemical after infancy but before age 14, they were most prone to the disease between 50 and 54.  Read more...

 

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