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A new report has found growing evidence that manmade chemicals are behind a global surge in cancer, birth defects and infertility cases.
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6/03/2013 9:49:47 a.m.
I hope more of a story is made of this. So many people, especially hopsitals overuse chemicals on surfaces that we eat off and use. When there are safer alternatives. People need to realise whats in the products we use. Better labelling needs to be enforced and more awareness of what these chemicals can potentially do to us.
24/02/2013 11:08:27 a.m.
24/02/2013 2:05:21 a.m.
O what conspiracies, you and your crazy conspiracies.
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