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Breast implants absorb polluting chemicals

from The Bulletin

Silicone breast implants absorb environmental toxins from the body, and they could become a new tool for studying a link between pollution and cancer. That's according to a pilot study published in the journal Environmental International by Oregon State University chemist Kim Anderson. "These breast implants — there are tens of thousands — are being disposed of as waste," said Anderson, a professor of environmental and molecular toxicology. "They could be a resource to understand the contaminants and chemical load in women. They could be a huge resource for understanding the actual levels in our body." more

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