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It's been demonstrated as causing cancer in animals and is classified as 'reasonably anticipated to be a carcinogen in humans' [as opposed to proven carcinogens, such as asbestos]."
Genetic Mutations and Environmental Exposure in Young Patients With Retinoblastoma and in Their Parents and Young Healthy Unrelated Volunteers - Mayo Clinic Overview Study type Observational Study IDs Study type Observational Describes the nature of ...
There are 250 toxic chemicals in tobacco smoke, including 69 known cancer-causing agents (carcinogens).
Avoid carcinogens at work.
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While research about hookah smoking is still emerging, evidence shows that it poses many dangers: Hookah smoke contains high levels of toxic compounds, including tar, carbon monoxide, heavy metals and cancer-causing chemicals (carcinogens...
"Researchers now believe the evidence from these many studies is conclusive enough to classify processed meat as a carcinogen."
But some e-cigarettes may contain harmful substances, such as carcinogens, toxic chemicals and delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana.
Genomic DNA, which stores all genetic information, is under constant attack by environmental factors such as sunlight, dietary carcinogens and tobacco smoke.
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