Watch out: Household chemicals causing cancer while anti-cancer campaign yields zero result

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The World Health Organization has conducted a recent study over the causes of cancer and has clearly indicated that a large number of regular household chemicals are responsible for the advent of cancer. Natural News reports that according to WHO, certain synthetic chemicals that are mainly found in toys, PVC flooring and credit cards paves the way for cancer and other deadly diseases in the human body. WHO also recommends a ban on these chemicals in order provide a safe future for those who are yet to be born.

Though more research is necessary on the connection between some diseases and Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals or EDC, it can be said for certain that these chemicals are responsible for diseases like reduced fertility, asthma, cancer and birth defects. Scientists from WHO are reported to have discovered a direct link between EDC and different forms of diseases like prostate cancer, thyroid cancer, breast cancer, neurological disorders and attention deficit disorders. A chemical substance known as phthalates is reported to negatively affect female fertility and can also give rise to leukemia in children. Bispehnol A, another chemical widely used in items of daily use like sunglasses and tin cans, is also suspected of retarding the normal growth rate of human beings by interfering with growth hormones.

While more and more chemicals are being detected with the potential to usher in cancer, the fight against cancer is yielding no result at all. In fact, the campaigns that are directed towards raising awareness against cancer have been compromised by the companies that themselves spread cancer. Natural News reports that the Susan G. Komen for the Cure campaign against cancer is now receiving funds from KFC whose fried chicken is some of the most notorious cancer causing agent in the world. In return, KFC is now selling “Buckets for the cure” and creating a false impression that their product will help in suppressing the cancer causing agents.


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