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Study links breast cancer risk to plastics employment

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WASHINGTON (Nov. 19, 5:10 p.m. ET) — Women who have worked for companies that make plastic injection molded parts for the automotive industry have a significantly higher risk of developing breast cancer than women who have not been exposed to that type of working environment, says a team of 12 researchers, whose work was funded by a number of Canadian groups, including Health Canada.

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