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Chronic exposure to arsenic, estrogen, and their combination causes increased growth and transformation in human prostate epithelial cells

This research has found that low doses of arsenic and estrogen together – even at levels low enough to be considered “safe” for humans if they were on their own – can cause cancer in prostate cells.

Bibliography:
Justin Treas, Tulika Tyagi and Kamaleshwar P. Singh
Chronic exposure to arsenic, estrogen, and their combination causes increased growth and transformation in human prostate epithelial cells potentially by hypermethylation-mediated silencing of MLH1
The Prostate Volume 73, Issue 15, pages 1660–1672, November 2013
Version of Record online: 26 JUN 2013
DOI: 10.1002/pros.22701

See also:
John Davis, Researchers Find Cancer Risks Double When Two Carcinogens Present at ‘Safe’ Levels. Texas Tech University, Jun 28, 2013
TXsharon, Study: Co-exposures of two chemicals at safe levels doubles chances of cancer. TXsharon’s Blue Daze, Jul 10, 2013

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