Melbourne: A UK charity has called for urgent action to reduce women`s exposure to cancer-causing chemicals.Breast Cancer UK said that there is "compelling" evidence that Bisphenol A (BPA) could be contributing to the rapid increase in the number of women being diagnosed with the disease.The charity also revealed that there are nearly 42,000 new cases of breast cancer every year in England and incidence rates have increased by 90 percent since 1971, News.com.au reported.In a new report, it said that low dose exposure to the chemical, which mimics human hormones and is routinely used in a variety of consumer products including tin cans, plastic food packaging, water bottles and lunch boxes, has been linked to breast cancer and other diseases.
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