Environment and Breast Cancer: Science Review
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), products of combustion present in air pollution, auto exhaust, and diesel, are identified as probable human carcinogens
Reviews and commentaries on the Environment and Breast Cancer Science Reviews databases were published in Environmental Factors in Breast Cancer, a supplement issue of CANCER.EVIDENCE FROM HUMANS
- Environmental chemicals and breast cancer: An updated review of epidemiological literature informed by biological mechanisms - Article
Rodgers, K.M., J.O. Udesky, R.A. Rudel, J.G. Brody. 2018. Environmental Research. 160: 152-182.
pollutants and breast cancer - Article, Summary
Brody, J.G., Moysich, K.P., Humblet, O., Attfield, K. R., Beehler, G.B., Rudel, R.A. 2007. Cancer, 109 (S12): 2667-2712. [online May 14, 2007, print June 15, 2007]
and breast cancer - Article, Summary
Michels, K.B., Mohllajee, A.P., Bahmanyar, E.R., Beehler, G.B., Moysich, K.P. 2007. Cancer, 109 (S12): 2712-2749. [online May 14, 2007, print June 15, 2007]
- Use of common medications and breast cancer risk - Article
Moysich, K.B., Beehler, G.P., Zirpoli, G., Choi, J.Y., Baker, J.A. 2008. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev, 17(7): 1564-1595.
- Intrauterine factors and risk of breast cancer: a systematic review and
meta-analysis of current evidence - Article
Xue, R., and Michels, K.B. 2007. Lancet Oncology, 8 (12): 1088-1100.
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and breast cancer - Where do we stand? - Commentary, Summary
Brody, J.G., Rudel, R.A., Michels, K.B., Moysich, K.P., Bernstein, L., Attfield, K. R., Gray, S. 2007. Cancer, 109 (S12): 2627-2634. [online May 14, 2007, print June 15, 2007]
cancer advocates seek prevention - Commentary
Susan G. Komen for the Cure. 2007. Cancer, 109 (S12): 2750-2751. [online May 14, 2007, print June 15, 2007]