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Relevante kanker factoren

  1. Air
  2. Alar
  3. Appliances, Motorized Household
  4. Asbestos
  5. Birth, not giving/Having children late in life
  6. Bras, underwire/Wearing Bras to Bed - breast cancer risk
  7. Breast Feed, failure to
  8. bST (Bovine Somatotropin) - hormone that stimulates milk production
  9. Burnt food - breast cancer (4/4/00 Iowa Woman's Health Study)
  10. Butter
  11. Cellular Phones
  12. "Celtic Mutation" - A human cell defect leading to strands of breast and ovarian cancer has been traced to Scotland, with claims that it originated from an unknown person living in the southwest of Scotland about 300 years ago and was passed on to hundreds of descendants (published in The Guardian, 3/27/00; Brian Cohen, a researcher at St.
    Andrews University)
  13. Charcoal Grilled Food
  14. Chimney Sweeping - Sir Percival Pott, Eminent Surgeon, 1775.
  15. Coal Dust
  16. Coffee
  17. Computer Monitors
  18. Constipation - affects the bowels, breeding bacteria, potentially leading to cancer.
  19. Cyclamates - sweetener substitute
  20. Dairy - colorectal cancer (4/5/00)
  21. DDT
  22. DES - synthetic form of estrogen
  23. Driving Occupations, Long Distance  - prostate cancer
  24. EDB - additive in leaded gasoline and agricultural fumigant
  25. Eggs
  26. Electric Blankets
  27. Electromagnetic Fields
  28. Estrogen - breast cancer risk
  29. Factory emissions
  30. Food Irradiation
  31. Fungus
  32. Hair Dye
  33. Insulin-like Growth Factor (IGF-1) - protein hormone
  34. Jet Fuel (Airliners dump fuel before landing)
  35. Jogging - 1980s scare that nipples of joggers were prone to cancer, leading to huge sales in training bras to limit breast movement.
  36. Lead
  37. Meats, Animal, Ingestion of - Animals fed drugs prior to slaughter
  38. Microwaves
  39. Moles
  40. Motor vehicle exhaust
  41. MSG
  42. MTBE
  43. Nationality
  44. Nitrites
  45. Nuclear power plants
  46. PCBs
  47. Perchloroethylene - dry cleaning solvent
  48. Pesticides
  49. Phthalates - used to make hard plastic soft & used in baby toys.
  50. Pinching
  51. Prescription drugs  which make the skin more sensitive to sunlight could be linked to a rise in skin cancer (published in The Guardian,  March 27, 2000; according to James Ferguson, of Dundee University).
  52. Pylon, living near 
  53. Radar Guns
  54. Radiation
  55. Red Dye #2
  56. Selenium, lack of - breast cancer
  57. Sex (widowers who have lost their mate to cervical cancer have a higher rate of losing the next spouse to the same disease)
  58. Silver Fillings - Amalgam
  59. Slaughterhouse Work - animal viruses (E.S. Johnson, H.R. Fischman, G. M. Matanoski, E. Diamond. 'Cancer mortality among  white males in the meat industry', J Occup Med Jan 1986, 28 (1),    pp23-32
  60. Smog
  61. Smoking
  62. Spicy foods (stomach cancer)
  63. Sun/Sunburn - skin cancer
  64. Talc
  65. Teflon
  66. Toluene - used in paint products, stain removers, dyes, nail polish and cosmetics
  67. Tris - flame retardant
  68. VDTs
  69. Viruses
  70. Water Flouridation
  71.  X-Rays

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