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Common Household Chemical Could Raise Breast Cancer Risk
Date:12/6/2007

k, a clinical professor of environmental medicine at Yale University School of Public Health, said there's no evidence that exposure to BBP increases the risk of breast cancer.

"To date, studies have failed to find an association between BBP and breast cancer," Borak said. "This study doesn't add specific information on breast cancer and environmental interactions."

Efforts to reach the American Chemistry Council, a chemical industry group, for comment on the study were unsuccessful.

In October, California adopted a law that will ban trace amounts of BBP in toys and baby products such as teething rings, according to published reports.

And in March, a study published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives suggested that exposure to phthalates could be fueling the obesity epidemic by contributing to abdominal obesity and insulin resistance in men.

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For more on breast cancer, visit the American Cancer Society.



SOURCES: Jose Russo, M.D., Medical Science Division, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia; Ted Schettler, M.D., M.P.H., science director, Science and Environmental Health Network, Ames, Iowa; Jonathan Borak, M.D., clinical professor, environmental medicine, Yale University School of Public Health, New Haven, Conn.; Dec. 5, 2007, BMC Genomics


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