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Lifestyle-related factors and environmental agents causing cancer: An overview. Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy. 2007. 61;640–658. 3. Lewis DR, Southwich JW, Ouellet-Hellstrom R, Rench J, and Calderon RL. Drinking Water Arsenic in Utah: A Cohort Mortality Study. Environmental Health Perspectives. 1999. 107:359–365 4. Ferreccio C, González C, Milosavjlevic V, Marshall G, Sancha AM, Smith AH. Lung cancer and arsenic concentrations in drinking water in Chile. Epidemiology. 2000 Nov;11(6):673–9 5. US Department of Health and Human Services, National Cancer Institute and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.
2. Specific Environmental Causes of Concern (continued) Environmental Factors Associated With Cancers Description And Potential Sources Nitrates A group of nitrogen compounds; the greatest use of nitrates is as fertilizer. Exposure most commonly occurs through contaminated drinking water. Organic Compounds5 A large group of chemical compounds that contain carbon, including benzene and DDT, and can be both synthetic and naturally forming. Exposure can occur in many ways including use of household chemicals, vehicle exhaust, and from pesticides.
Glues, paints, wax); or working in industries that make or use benzene. S. in 1972, but remains persistent in the environment. Exposure most commonly occurs through eating contaminated foods, breathing contaminated air, or drinking contaminated water near landfills and waste sites. Dioxin5 A synthetic chemical that is a byproduct of incineration and chemical manufacturing. Exposure most commonly occurs through eating contaminated foods (responsible for 90 percent of intake); living near contaminated sites; or working in paper mills, incinerators, or occupations that produce dioxins as a byproduct.
Cancer Information for Teens: Health Tips About Cancer Prevention, Risks, Diagnosis and Treatments by Lisa Bakewell