Report Faults Priorities in Studying Breast Cancer

“Report Faults Priorities in Studying Breast Cancer.” By Denise Grady, The New York Times

Too little of the money the federal government spends on breast cancer research goes toward finding environmental causes of the disease and ways to prevent it, according to a new report from a group of scientists, government officials and patient advocates . . . → Read More: Report Faults Priorities in Studying Breast Cancer

Breast cancer risk in relation to occupations

“Breast cancer risk in relation to occupations.” By J.T. Brophy and Colleagues, Environmental Health (PDF)

Endocrine disrupting chemicals and carcinogens, some of which may not yet have been classified as such, are present in many occupational environments and could increase breast cancer risk. Prior research has identified associations with breast cancer and work in agricultural . . . → Read More: Breast cancer risk in relation to occupations