NO CLEAR LINK BETWEEN LOCAL FOOD AND CANCER RISK IN GLASSWORKS AREAS

There is no clear link between cancer incidence and locally produced food from an area with a history of glass manufacture with contaminated soil, according to a new study. A high consumption of certain local foods seems to be linked to an increased risk of certain cancers, but this probably reflects that the exposure to contaminants was higher in the past.

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