Originally posted on http://ift.tt/14bRKmK :

With cancer now epidemic, and single neighborhoods having 4 or 5 people with cancer, SOMETHING is wrong. They certainly do not all have the same genetic disposition, nor eat the same foods, nor live the same lifestyles, BUT….. they do all live in the same toxic environment!!! One can't help but wonder how long before this state is forced to deal with the TRUTH. Oregon's love and promotion of toxic pesticides is going to eventually catch up with their blatant disregard for our health, along with the health of our air, water & soil, as in the entire ecosystem.
"Fifty years or more of epidemiologic research around the world has demonstrated that the risk of certain cancer types is much greater in populations exposed to specific carcinogenic chemicals and industrial pollutants – and, we can reduce the burden of cancer if we reduce our use of them."


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