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Bread you eat can cause cancer; health ministry orders probe
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Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. CSE said that in 1999, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified potassium bromate as possibly carcinogenic (cancer causing) to humans. It was found to cause tumors of the kidney, thyroid and ... Namibia Press Agency, 6 days ago
Bread you eat can cause cancer: CSE Asian Age, 6 days ago
Beware! The bread you eat can cause cancer, 5 days ago

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United Nations experts find weed killer glyphosate unlikely to cause cancer

A WHO report released in March 2015, prepared by the organizations' International Agency for Research on Cancer, said the chemical "probably" causes cancer, and may be a large risk because it was detected in food, air and water. Glyphosate is ...
 Equilibrio Informativo1 week ago FAO/WHO refutes glyphosate cancer risk  Vietnamese Investment Review1 week ago EU delays vote on glyphosate license amid cancer row  Manitoba Cooperator1 week ago Is Glyphosate a Carcinogen or Not?  Chem.info1 week ago

Post-doctoral position at International Agency for Research on Cancer (POSTDOC-IARC)

RSS From: The Research Council of Norway Published: 20.05.2016 Utlysningen skal bevilge midlertil en postdoktor som skal arbeide de første to årene ved International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) i Lyon, Frankrike, og det tredje året ...
 Nortrade1 week ago IARC-Norway collaboration: post-doctoral position with mandatory overseas stay (POSTDOC-IARC)  Nortrade4 days ago
Medical News Today

Scientists map the spread of deadliest ovarian cancer

BC Cancer Agency researchers are providing critical insight into the invasive spread of the most malignant form of ovarian cancer in a landmark study, published in Nature Genetics . This is a first in mapping two distinct patterns of ovarian cancer ...
 Medical News Today1 week ago
Siasat Daily

Do cell phones cause cancer? New study sheds light on lingering question

In two years, the radiated rats were exposed to the cellphone radiation 18 hours a day for seven days a week. Researchers say there might be a link between cellphone radiation and cancer - a potentially huge finding considering how widespread ...
 Equilibrio Informativo10 hours ago Cellphone radiation may cause cancer, new study raises concerns despite low risk  Siasat Daily19 hours ago It actually has me concerned, and Im an expert: Major cell phone radiation study reignites cancer debate  Salon20 hours ago Scientists divided over US study linking cellphones to cancer  Deutsche Welle2 days ago

Cell Phone Radiation Increase the Incidence of Cancer

Rare cancers of the heart and brain are on the rise in animals exposed to cell phone radiation found a long-awaited multi-million dollar two-year study. Christopher Portier, former Director of the US National Toxicology Program (NTP) noted, "This ...
 MedIndia1 day ago Does Cell Phone Use Cause Brain Cancer? What the New Study Means For You  Yahoo! Finance2 days ago Cell Phones Increase Risk of Brain, Heart Tumors, but Not by Much  Epoch Times2 days ago Study Links Cell Phone Radiation To Cancer In Rats—But Don't Panic  Vocativ2 days ago
Huffington Post UK

Does Living Near A Landfill Site Increase Your Cancer Risk?

Italian researchers have found that living near a landfill site may increase a person's risk of dying from lung cancer due to exposure to harmful gasses produced by rotting rubbish. But the UK's Environment Agency has insisted people living near ...
 Huffington Post UK4 days ago How living near a landfill raises lung cancer risk  HealthMediciNet.com4 days ago How vital nearby a landfill raises lung cancer risk  HealthMediciNet.com4 days ago Nearly 1,000 killed in attacks on health workers in 2014-15: WHO  HealthMediciNet.com3 days ago

FWV Selected by Teen Cancer America as Pro Bono Marketing Partner

Having Rick and the FWV team as part of the TCA movement is another example of how this mission is energizing people across the U.S. - Roger Daltrey Raleigh, N.C. (PRWEB) May 20, 2016 French West Vaughan (FWV), one of the nation's largest ...
 PRWeb1 week ago
Wired News

Does Monsanto's Roundup Herbicide Cause Cancer or Not? The Controversy, Explained

This week, the World Health Organization managed to inject even more confusion into an already confusing question: whether glyphosate, the common weed killer popularized as Roundup by Monsanto, causes cancer. Glyphosate poses no cancer risk, ...
 Wired News1 week ago How the WHO’s cancer agency confuses people  Asian Age1 month ago How the World Health Organization's cancer agency confuses consumers  Deccan Herald1 month ago Health experts: Move Rio Olympics due to Zika outbreak  HealthMediciNet.com2 days ago

What to keep in mind about cellphones and cancer risk research

Home » tips » / no comments The question of whether cellphone radiation is linked to tumours remains inconclusive after the partial release of a $25-million U.S study on rats. Researchers at the National Toxicology Program bombarded rats ...
 HealthMediciNet.com2 days ago
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