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n2jtx

join:2001-01-13
Glen Head, NY

Fifteen Years

It is an interesting study but as noted in another post, fifteen years is not a long time to evaluate cancer risks. Cancer can take decades to start from initial exposure to a carcinogen. My own father died of bladder cancer at age 75. He was a professor of chemistry and was for decades exposed to many organic chemicals including benzene and carbon tetrachloride. They were identified in the 1970's as carcinogens and exposure was reduced at that time. However, one can assume the genetic damage was already done and it took two decades for the diseases to surface.
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I support the right to keep and arm bears.


ArrayList
netbus developer
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join:2005-03-19
Brighton, MA

1 recommendation

sometimes it surfaces and sometimes it doesn't.

I probably stand alone here but I think the world population could use a little culling now that we have had a good hundred years of over abundance in most of the free world.

Ga Dawg

join:2003-09-11
Marietta, GA
Well, you could always lead by example.


ArrayList
netbus developer
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join:2005-03-19
Brighton, MA
I take my chances the same as anyone else. Not going to be a fool and do what I have to to get cancer.


Dude111
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join:2003-08-04
USA
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Of course they would say this....

THIS IS MSM GARBAGE,thier main goal is to keep people UNAWARE OF THINGS!!!!!!