Washington: Certain occupations put workers at higher risk of breast cancer than others, according to a new research.Women with jobs that expose them to potential carcinogens and endocrine disrupters , such as metal-working, food canning, and agriculture, are more susceptible to the disease, the researchers said.In their study, James T Brophy, an adjunct faculty member at the University of Windsor, and his colleagues set out to characterize the possible links between breast cancer and occupation, particularly in farming and manufacturing.The population-based case-control study was conducted in Southern Ontario, Canada, and included 1006 breast cancer cases (referred by the Windsor Regional Cancer Centre) with 1147 randomly selected and matched community controls.
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