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September 6, 2011, 10:35 am
Filed under: News

Environmental Chemical Pollutants — Do They Increase Risk For Breast Cancer?
By Marian Condon BSN, MS, RN, and Denise Choiniere BSN, MS, RN
• There is increasing evidence linking environmental chemical exposures and breast cancer risk. In this article, the authors
• Identify environmental chemicals that have been linked to breast cancer.
• Describe the mechanisms by which early chemical exposures put women at risk for breast cancer later in life.
• Discuss the association between exposure to endocrine disrupting compounds and the development of breast cancer.
To read the article and receive your free CE contact hours go to: Environmental Chemical Pollutants — Do They Increase Risk For Breast Cancer? at http://envirn.org/pg/pages/view/22117/environmental-chemical-pollutants-do-they-increase-risk-for-breast-cancer

There is no conflict of interest noted on the part of the planners or the presenters of this educational program.
This continuing nursing education activity was been approved by the PA State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.

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