Breast cancer ties to environment probed

Experts say it's likely that environmental factors play a large role in causing breast cancer. While much remains unknown about the relationship between breast cancer and the environment, researchers are studying the toxicity of environmental factors such as pesticides, income, hometown location, and immigration status. San Francisco Chronicle, 2/26/2013

Experts say it's likely that environmental factors play a large role in causing breast cancer. While much remains unknown about the relationship between breast cancer and the environment, researchers are studying the toxicity of environmental factors such as pesticides, income, hometown location, and immigration status.

San Francisco Chronicle, 2/26/2013

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