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DNA Damage to Breast Cells from chemicals in some cosmetics, sunscreens

04:09 EST 15 Jan 2020 | Science Daily

A new approach to studying the effects of two common chemicals used in cosmetics and sunscreens found they can cause DNA damage in breast cells at surprisingly low concentrations, while the same dose did not harm cells without estrogen receptors.

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