Do Chemicals Cause Breast Cancer? It’s Unknown, but Two Researchers Say That the Government Should Do More to Protect Women

Published Nov 24, 2020

Do Chemicals Cause Breast Cancer? It’s Unknown, but Two Researchers Say That the Government Should Do More to Protect Women

There's been evidence to suggest that chemicals might be the cause of some getting breast cancer, and two experts say women need more protection. SurvivorNet breaks down these opinions.

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