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|Title: ||Breast Cancer and The Estrogen Connection; VIDEOS on the Web on Environmental Estrogens in Everyday Products|
|Other Titles: ||Videos on Environmental Estrogens|
|Authors: ||Stone, Heather M.|
Snedeker, Suzanne M.
|Keywords: ||breast cancer|
personal care products
|Issue Date: ||Mar-2009|
|Publisher: ||Cornell University Program Breast Cancer and Environmental Risk Factors|
|Abstract: ||This handout provides links to videos that are a part of the Breast Cancer and The Estrogen Connection Project, on environmental estrogens in everyday products and how to avoid them. This includes short 3 to 4 minute video clips on: Cosmetics and More, Plastics and Bisphenol-A (BPA), what goes In the Dump (electronics) and Down the Drain (detergents). A fourth video is an hour-long lecture given by Dr. Suzanne Snedeker on Breast Cancer and The Estrogen Connection. Handout includes links to the videos which are found on several web sites and on YouTube.|
|Description: ||Handout on video clips on environmental estrogens in everyday products from lipstick to laundry detergent|
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