Hazardous air pollutants and breast cancer risk in California teachers: a cohort study

Environmental Health 2015, by Erika Garcia, Susan Hurley, David O Nelson, Andrew Hertz and Peggy Reynolds

Studies suggest that higher breast cancer rates in urban areas persist after accounting for the prevalence of known risk factors, leading to speculation that urban environmental exposures, such as air pollution, may play a role in the etiology of breast cancer.

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