Drinking water contaminant, arsenic, implicated in dropping breast cancer rates among some Chileans
from Medical Daily
Though arsenic, which found in drinking water, has been linked to harmful effects such as arsenic poisoning, a new study out of the University of California, Berkeley and the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile has found that it might somehow assist in the fight against breast cancer. The results of the study may appear somewhat contradictory to the research that already exists about arsenic's health hazards.
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