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Chemicals in consumer products result in tumours

According to proven studies, environmental phthalates toxic chemicals found in daily consumer products may cause increased growth of uterine fibroids, the most common tumours among women. Manufacturers use environmental phthalates multiple industrial and consumer products, and have also been detected in medical supplies and food.

These toxic pollutants are everywhere, including food packaging, hair and makeup products and more. These are more than simply environmental pollutants. They can cause specific harm to human tissues. Fibroids are muscular tumours that grow in the wall of the uterus. Fibroids are almost always not cancerous.

Approximately, 80% of women may develop a Fibroid tumour during their lifetime. One quarter of these women become symptomatic with excessive and uncontrolled uterine bleeding, anemia, miscarriages, infertility and large abdominal tumours necessitating technically tough surgeries. The scientists discovered exposure to DEHP may activate a hormonal pathway that activates an environmentally responsive receptors to bind to genetic material DNA and caused increased growth of fibroid tumours.

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