In this episode, Gregory reviews and elaborates on the W.H.O.’s International Agency for Cancer Research’s continual publications of possible and probably carcinogens to which humans are exposed. Today, he covers Class 1 Carcinogens, those chemicals and items that are directly linked to cancer. Hot Beverages, Aflotoxins, Coal Tar, Hormone Replacement Therapy, Formaldehyde, and others are mentioned. Check it out!
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Which carcinogen do you deal with mostly in your day-to-day life? What do you think? We would love to hear from you!