London: Pesticides put pregnant women at greater risk of having children with cancer, say researchers.They say previous studies have shown that pesticide exposure either before conception or during pregnancy increases the risk of childhood cancer, reports the Scotsman.
Writing in a report for the Chemicals, Health and Environment Monitoring (Chem) Trust, researchers also revealed that farmers are at greater risk of developing certain cancers than the general population. ANI
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