Epigenetics study finds cancer risks double from exposure to “safe” levels of two carcinogens

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Science knows that arsenic and estrogen can cause cancer. At certain very low levels, the chemicals offer little to no threats to human health.

However, new research conducted by Texas Tech University scientists has found that low doses of both chemicals together — even at levels low enough to be considered “safe” for humans if they were on their own — can cause cancer in prostate cells.

Read the full story here: Cancer Risks Double When Two Carcinogens Present at ‘Safe’ Levels, Epigenetics Study Finds

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