A new research conducted by Texas Tech University scientists has found that low doses of both estrogen and arsenic together – even at levels low enough to be considered “safe” for humans if they were on their own – can cause cancer in prostate cells. Kamaleshwar Singh, an assistant professor at The Institute of Environmental and Human Health (TIEHH) at Texas Tech University, notes that, “the majority of cancers are caused by environmental influences”.
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