Environment and Breast Cancer: Science Review

Evidence From Humans
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This article is not a primary breast cancer epidemiology research report. It is provided as a supplementary resource for interpreting the epidemiological literature.
Arsenic and cancer
Jackson, R., Grainge, J. W. Canadian Medical Association Journal. 1975. 113:5, 396-401.
Topic area
Environmental pollutant
Reviewers Comments
Among 7 exposed cancer patients, one had bilateral breast cancer. Pesticide exposures to arsenic are no longer common. Drinking water exposures occur.