Tag: endocrineDisruptors

Endocrine disruptors: Chemicals that interfere with hormone systems in the body. Most endocrine disruptors suspected of causing breast cancer have estrogenic properties, in other words, they mimic estrogen.

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10/15/16
BPA promotes tumor development in mice by binding to estrogen receptor
06/02/16
Beef growth promoter zeranol stimulates estrogen production in normal breast cells
04/16/16
Some factors promoting breast cancer metastasis
01/24/16
Some African-American hair care products can promote breast cancer, especially in girls
10/31/15
Parabens may be harmful at lower levels than previously thought in ER+/PR+/HER2+ cells
08/17/15
Use of hair dyes is linked to increased risk of breast cancer
12/30/14
Prenatal arsenic exposure could increase breast cancer risk in adulthood
10/26/14
Occupational exposure to dyes or inks linked to breast cancer risk
09/07/14
Prenatal exposure to phthalates could reduce age at puberty
04/26/14
Kaempferol reduces ER+/PR+ breast cancer growth and protects against triclosan exposure
08/18/13
Cadmium reduces effectiveness of 5-FU chemotherapy in ER+/PR+ breast cancer cells
07/27/13
Aluminum increases migration and invasion of ER+ breast cancer cells
05/21/13
Reduction in breast density from tamoxifen treatment is linked to favorable prognosis
02/10/13
Parabens at levels found in breast tissue can increase proliferation of breast cancer cells
11/26/12
Certain jobs linked to increased breast cancer risk
10/03/12
PCB levels shortly after giving birth are associated with premenopausal breast cancer risk
07/04/12
Parabens at levels found in breast cancer patients can initiate cancer development
03/20/12
Farm raised fish may be exposed to significant hormones
03/16/12
Cadmium intake increases risk of postmenopausal breast cancer in Swedish women
01/14/12
Do parabens in personal care products contribute to breast cancer risk?
11/30/11
Consuming canned soup temporarily increases urinary BPA to high levels
06/18/11
Plasticizer bisphenol A promotes mammary cancer in mice
05/21/11
Eliminating food packaged in plastic can reduce endocrine disruptor exposure
04/21/11
Living near an industrial or power plant might increase risk of breast cancer
03/12/11
Blood of mice implanted with beef growth promoter zeranol increases breast cell proliferation
01/15/11
Pregnant women are exposed to multiple harmful chemicals
07/24/10
Household cleaners and air fresheners might contribute to risk of breast cancer
05/24/10
Prenatal exposure to BPA and DES increases subsequent risk of breast cancer

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